How we can achieve healthy growth--more regenerative than destructive, restoring equity rather than exacerbating inequalities.
In Tomorrow's Economy, Per Espen Stoknes reframes the hot-button issue of economic growth. Going beyond the usual dialectic of pro-growth versus anti-growth, Stoknes calls for healthy growth. Healthy economic growth is more regenerative than destructive, repairs problems rather than greenwashing them, and restores equity rather than exacerbating global inequalities. Stoknes--a psychologist, economist, climate strategy researcher, and green-tech entrepreneur--argues that we have the tools to achieve healthy growth, but our success depends on transformations in government practices and individual behavior. Stoknes provides a compass to guide us toward the mindset, mechanisms, and possibilities of healthy growth.
About the Author
Per Espen Stoknes is Director of the Center for Green Growth at the European Business School in Norway. His award-winning book What We Think About When We Try Not to Think About Global Warming became the focus of a TED Talk with more than 2.6 million views.