Policy Options to a Radical Recovery

As a collective, E4A and L4E students, faculty, staff, and close colleagues have brought together ideas for real-world change at all levels. These principles are based on the foundational theories of Ecological Economics and goals of transitioning from the Anthropocene into the “Ecozoic” – a period in which the relationship between humans and the Earth is mutually beneficial.

In each topic you will find: multi-scale policy optionsresources to learn more, and stories of success.

If you’d like to suggest an edit, submit a new success story, or learn more about any of the ideas on these pages, please contact us.

The materials in these policy pages were developed by over 40 post-growth scholars from across the world. They information is dynamic, and updated as new research becomes available. The policy options and resulting website pages are written and compiled by Katie Kish.