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  1. Enough Is Enough Building a Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources Rob Dietz AuthorProject Manager, Farmland LP Northwest Hazardous MaterialsManagement Conference Troutdale, OR June 24, 2014

  2. I Hate Econ!

  3. Invisible Hand Cafe

  4. Tuna fishing banned in South Pacific

  5. Source: Rockstrom et al., Nature v. 461, 2009.

  6. Critically endangered lemur leaf frog (photo by Brad Wilson)

  7. Sources: Veenhoven “World Database of Happiness” and World Bank “World Development Indicators.”

  8. Declining biodiversity • 400 parts per million CO2 • Overconsumption • Poverty and inequality • Economy inconsistent with long-term human and planetary health • Continuing faith in growth (increasing production and consumption)

  9. “Houston, we have a problem!”

  10. Source: Kate Raworth, “A Safe and Just Space for Humanity,” 2012.

  11. Roof: goal of sustainable and equitable well-being Pillars: support structure of new policies and institutions Foundation: changing awareness from more to enough

  12. 3. Achieve fair income distribution 7. Change business practices 5. Use measures of real progress 4. Reform the financial system 1. Limit materials and energy 6. Secure meaningful jobs 2. Stabilize population

  13. Three Questions for Each Pillar What are we doing? What could we do instead? Where do we go from here?

  14. 3. Achieve fair income distribution 7. Change business practices 5. Use measures of real progress 4. Reform the financial system 1. Limit materials and energy 6. Secure meaningful jobs 2. Stabilize population

  15. Throughput: What are we doing?

  16. Throughput: What are we doing?

  17. Throughput: What could we do instead? Renewables Extraction ≤ Regeneration Nonrenewables Substitution ≥ Depletion WastesEmissions ≤ Safe Absorption

  18. Throughput: What could we do instead?

  19. Throughput: What could we do instead?

  20. Throughput: Where do we go from here?

  21. Throughput: Where do we go from here? 88%

  22. Role of Technology

  23. Role of Technology

  24. Appropriate Technology?

  25. 3. Achieve fair income distribution 7. Change business practices 5. Use measures of real progress 4. Reform the financial system 1. Limit materials and energy 6. Secure meaningful jobs 2. Stabilize population

  26. Selection of Nations Ranked by Happy Planet Index Happy Life Years Happy Planet Index = Ecological Footprint

  27. 3. Achieve fair income distribution 7. Change business practices 5. Use measures of real progress 4. Reform the financial system 1. Limit materials and energy 6. Secure meaningful jobs 2. Stabilize population

  28. Say something, Learn something, Do something!