|Year of Production
1 x 50 min
In the globalized market, what counts is raising the nation’s competitiveness at all costs. Failure results in reduced growth, lost jobs and the risk of escalating social conflict. Since the financial crisis in 2008, a new, active movement of growth-critical activists and scholars has emerged, who question the growth paradigm in a variety of ways. The globally networked degrowth movement deals with academic questions as well as very concrete life scripts for how life in a post-growth society can work in practice.