Entries by Mike

Social Media Worker


graphic showing getting enough out there on various social media platforms
Enough! Scotland are a small collective working with some big themes - like degrowth and decolonisationOverview and RoleOur work needs someone with the know-how to enhance and cultivate our social media presence. We’re looking for a freelancer who can work closely with collective members to create engaging social media content and keep our social...

The Anti-D’oh!


Mapping the emotional systems that could drive us to an ecological civilisation by Pat Kane. This is from #2 of LESS our journal of degrowth, radical sufficiency and decolonisation in Scotland. Details of how to get a print copy here.We hear a lot from behavioural science and nudge theory about how susceptible humans...

Between limit and desire: strategic directions in the collapse of industrial civilisation


Hardly anybody has understood that the Covid-19 pandemic is not an isolated and exceptional event, but rather a single moment in a much broader process: ecosocial collapse. By Adrián Almazán and Luis González Reyes, translated by Tom Younger. This is from #2 of LESS, our journal of degrowth, radical sufficiency and decolonisation in Scotland. Details...

LESS, a journal of degrowth


LESS is a journal of degrowth, radical sufficiency and decolonisation in Scotland. Each issue ideas re-imagining our economy, mixing theory and grounded practice, examples of grassroots organisation and visionary ideas for a viable future. We publish in print and distribute across the UK, articles are also published online here.Issue 2 examines degrowth and climate breakdown...

Meticulous the Gardener


Meticulous the Gardener by Tawona Ganyamatopé Sitholéthat plant is a weedmeticulous the gardenerdecides with no hesitationgrowing where it shouldn'tso of kukoshahaving noneso here comenecessary tools for necessaryhackinghackingdiggingdiggingthat plantof a thriving populationborn of wind pollinationgrounded such thingearthed by totem beinga weed for weedingand to do it properlyhave to pull from the rootsand that's the land...