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The Green New Deal Without Growth as a New Environmental Strategy

EasyChair Preprint no. 9832

17 pagesDate: March 6, 2023


Degrowth and Green New Deal are two very different environmental approaches in terms of the methods they apply. However, the common goal of both approaches is to provide a result in favor of society and ecology in economic, environmental and social issues. While the first discussions focused on the contrasts of these two approaches with each other, it was emphasized that in more recent studies, both approaches could be applied together and thus a more effective approach would emerge in the solution of economic, environmental and social problems by closing the deficiencies of each other. The green new deal without growth approach has emerged as a result of these efforts. In this study, first of all, two approaches are discussed separately and these approaches are introduced. Then, it was evaluated whether the two approaches were compatible with each other through the victory gardens example.

Keyphrases: Degrowth, environment, Green New Deal, growth, Victory Gardens

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  author = {Metin Dogan},
  title = {The Green New Deal Without Growth as a New Environmental Strategy},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9832},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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