Many ecological economists and environmental activists believe that our economy is on a collision course with the environment and that this damages our chances of transitioning to a sustainable future.
We would like to know your views about what you think the relationship between the economy and environment should be. So please use the Web link ! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DRRLJTG
Our survey has 13 questions and should only take about 5-8 minutes to complete. The survey is open until Feb 29th, 2020. CASSE NSW will share a summary of the survey results upon its completion in March 2020.
As a community based environmental group and we seek your input on the issue of how to reach an economy that is ecologically sustainable in the long term. You can see more about what a sustainable Steady State economy might be like by browsing the materials on this site.
We also note : we will be having an event on this Topic on December 7th (10 am) at the Sydney Mechanic School of Arts (280 Pitt St, Sydney), where Philip Lawn, a leading ecological economist, will be our keynote speaker. You are cordially invited to this event -
Details on obtaining Tickets to this event coming soon!
When: Saturday December 7th, 10 am to 4 pm
Where: Sydney Mechanic School of Arts, 280 Pitt St, Level 1
Keynote talk by A/Prof Phillip Lawn, ecological economist from Flinders University, SA.
Panel discussion on "how to reach a sustainable economy"
Afternoon workshops on ideas on how rd and take positive steps towards an ecologically sustainable economy.