Tailor Made Degrowth: How a localised clothing economy can contribute to a degrowth future


by Alis Le May 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. The fashion industry is among the most polluting industries on the planet. It is fraught with ethical atrocities, inherently resource-hungry and, some might claim, entirely unnecessary...

Enough’s session at the International Degrowth Conference – register now!


Enough!'s Svenja Meyerricks and Ewan Mackenzie (University of Newcastle) are going to co-host a session at the International Joint Online Conference of the international degrowth research networks, the International Society for Ecological Economics and the European Society for Ecological Economics, hosted by University of Manchester, UK. The Scottish Degrowth Commission: work, livelihoods and a ‘just...

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...

The Scottish Degrowth Commission – Open Call


Enough! is going to host the sub-theme session "The Scottish Degrowth Commission: work, livelihoods and a ‘just transition’" with Svenja Meyerricks and Ewan Mackenzie at the joint conference of the International Degrowth Research Network and the International Society for Ecological Economics on 5th - 8th July 2021. ‘The Scottish Degrowth Commission’ is a panel...

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...

CULTURE BEYOND EXTRACTIVISM: WHAT MIGHT A POST-GROWTH CINEMA LOOK LIKE? BY MARIA ANTONIA VELEZ SERNA


In this article, I argue against the growth-based model of the cultural industries, focusing on cinema and thinking towards alternative pathways for a post-growth creative sector in Scotland. In the months since I started writing it, many of the things I argued about have ground to a halt due the Covid-19 pandemic. Production projects...