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Unlearning: From Degrowth to Decolonization

Jamie Tyberg - May 2020

Banner from Degrowth Malmö, August 2018 (photo by Flickr user ckohtala, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0).

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In Unlearning: From Degrowth to Decolonization, Jamie Tyberg makes a timely intervention into the degrowth discussions, reorienting degrowth as a means to an end, that end being decolonization. Through the lens of the Green New Deal, and later the Red Deal, Tyberg ties together theory and real life examples highlighting how degrowth is, can, and must be, part of the post-COVID-19 response. Both an overview and review of the degrowth literature and an analysis of how degrowth can be utilized critically, Tyberg instructs us how we can use degrowth principles to strive and push for a true decolonized future, one we need to achieve.

* This piece was updated on June 5, 2020 to correct several citation errors. 

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