Sustainability in capitalism: Is that possible? With Ulrike Herrmann and Sieghard Neckel
Are capitalism and sustainability compatible at all? What answers could a capitalist economic order, such as the one in which we live, find to the many environmental crises of the present? Perhaps that is ultimately impossible, and we have to pose the question as to the adequacy of the system more fundamentally. Does a green variant exist beyond fossil capitalism? What could this look like and and how could it be implemented? Quite possibly, ecosystems and capitalist growth may prove to be entirely incompatible. In her book Das Ende des Kapitalismus, economist Ulrike Herrmann engages in a fundamental criticism of our obsession with growth models. She discusses alternatives to hopelessness with Sieghard Neckel, Professor for Social Analysis and Social Change at the University of Hamburg. Mod.: Catherine Newmark
Sighard Neckel ist Soziologe und Professor für Gesellschaftsanalyse … This text was shortened for this overview. Follow the more-link to read the full text.
Dr. Catherine Newmark holds a doctorate in philosophy. From 2007-2013… This text was shortened for this overview. Follow the more-link to read the full text.
Ulrike Herrmann, geb. 1964 in Hamburg, Ausbildung zur Bankkauffrau,… This text was shortened for this overview. Follow the more-link to read the full text.
10. June 2023
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