"Q. You say in the book that sustainable development is a fantasy, essentially, and you have a different notion for what needs to happen, of “sustainable retreat.”
A. At six-going-on-eight-billion people, the idea of any further development is almost obscene. We’ve got to learn how to retreat from the world that we’re in. Planning a good retreat is always a good measure of generalship."
Thursday, September 14, 2006
I was recently reading an interview of James Lovelock and I ran across an idea you might find relevant to our work with Daly and Cobb: