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Max Koch on welfare and work within planetary limits

"We have no alternative but to look for new ideas and imaginaries of welfare and social inclusion in the absence of growth", says Max Koch in an interview in the Green European Journal.
A drawing of a green tree with a bike parked in front of it and a city in the crown

Read the entire interview with Max Koch and Jean Lambert, a Greens/EFA MEP from the UK, on the Green Journal Website.

Professor Max Koch's research deals with capitalist restructuring and its impact on social inequality, welfare, employment relations, and the environment. His current work addresses climate change, sustainable welfare, and degrowth/post-growth societies. He is a member of the scientific committee of the 6th International Degrowth Conference in Malmö (21-15 August 2018).

 

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