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Presentation de los Ejes del 5to Congreso Internacional Budapest
Heras Monner Sans, Ana Inés y Benenti, Celeste.
Degrowth is a movement which reminds us that infinite growth on a finite planet is neither sustainable nor desirable. Degrowth deconstructs the myth that growth is the central solution for the impasse our societies have led us to. The movement tries to understand the convergence of the crises we are experiencing and argues that they are interconnected. The Degrowth movement tries to construct serene and democratic pathways toward more social and environmental justice, well-being, meaningful livelihoods, emancipation, conviviality and autonomy.Budapest will host the 5th International Degrowth Conference from the 30th of August to the 3rd of September 2016. After Paris in 2008, Barcelona in 2010, Venice in 2012 and Leipzig in 2014, the conference, which focuses on ecological sustainability and social equity, will be held in the Corvinus University of Budapest.
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