Britt Wray is a broadcaster and author researching the social and ethical entanglements of science and technology, with a focus on climate change and synthetic biology. Britt is writing a book about the mental health impacts of the climate crisis, with insights into processing COVID-19 and its effect on public life.
Paul Rogers is Oxford Research Group's (ORG) Senior Fellow in International Security. He has worked in the field of international security, arms control and political violence for over 30 years. He argues that the world can't be the same again after COVID-19 and that COVID-19 is a "canary in the climate coal mine."
James writes online commentary on a range of topics related to post growth economics and political thought for The Post Carbon Institute and CASSE (steadystate.org). Here are some favourites:
New Zealand Deprioritizes Growth to Improve Health & Wellbeing
Social Solidarity Requires a Universal Basic Income
Outbreaks in the Anthropocene: Growth Isn't the Cure
Ecological Existential Dread: We Need to Talk About our Feelings
Distinguishing Capitalism From Growth
Guess What Trudeau Said About Growth?
What Kind of Future Does Your Degree Prepare You For?
What About Innovating Beyond the Growth Trap?
Peace, Love, and the Gift
Hedonism, Survivalism, and the Burden of Knowledge
Are We Hard-Wired to Think We Can Grow Forever?
Piketty Acknowledges a Limit to Inequality–What About Limits to Growth?
Do We Need a Steady State Economy? One Politician’s Surprising Answer