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...

Open Call for LESS #2


LESS is a journal of degrowth, radical sufficiency and decolonisation in Scotland.  LESS questions and challenges dominant narratives about what economic progress means in Scotland, and sketches out alternative visions. The focus is on collective and democratic solutions to sustaining livelihoods that meet people’s needs while rising to the threats of climate change, ecocide and...

LESS Issue 1


LESS Issue 1 LESS is a journal on degrowth, radical sufficiency and decolonisation in Scotland.  LESS questions and challenges dominant narratives about what economic progress means in Scotland, and sketches out alternative visions. The focus is on collective and democratic solutions to sustaining livelihoods that meet people’s needs while rising to the threats of climate change,...

Meticulous the Gardener


Meticulous the Gardener by Tawona Ganyamatopé Sitholé that plant is a weed meticulous the gardener decides with no hesitation growing where it shouldn't so of kukosha having none so here come necessary tools for necessary hacking hacking digging digging that plant of a thriving population born of wind pollination grounded such thing earthed by totem being a weed for weeding and to do it properly have to pull from the roots and that's the land...