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The Growth Dilemma (London – Greenwich & Lewisham Local Group)

The current monetary system facilitates and encourages economic growth, prioritising current consumption over the long-term sustainability of our activities and despite the limits of nature. The growth objective is at odds with a finite planet's resources.

At this informal supporters meeting, Tim Delap will preview the forthcoming paper from Positive Money 'Escaping growth dependency ~ why reforming money will reduce the need to pursue economic growth at any cost to the environment'. He will argue that, whilst money is but one factor in a culture of growth dependency, a re-designed, sovereign money system is the only means of reconciling the dilemma we face in this regard.

Please note the CHANGED VENUE (to 78 Royal Hill, just a few doors up from the Prince of Greenwich pub) and the new time (7.30pm) and day (Thursday) of this meeting.

Hope to see you there!

Mike and Tim.

Time:
Host: Michael O'Keefe
Location:
78 Royal Hill (London, Greater London)
78 Royal Hill
Greenwich
London, Greater London SE10 8RT
Directions: 78 Royal Hill is Tim's house, just a few doors further along Royal Hill from The Prince of Greenwich pub.
This meetup is for everyone interested in how money system works and how it could be changed to be constructive and socially beneficial. Come and feel free to invite your friends who might be interested too. Everyone is welcome!

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