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The Next Economy

From Alaska to California, people are pouring their smarts and hearts into successful enterprises that are low carbon and locally rooted. They’re employing and training, producing and sustaining.

So The Tyee created a whole new section to tell their stories and share best practices for a healthy bioregion. We call it What Works. It’s where you’ll find regular reports on the business of creating what works for a better future.

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Shifting Profit Away from Pollution
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Why enable a traditional economics which commodifies people, labour, money, land, housing, food and health care?


As we pollute our way to profit, driven by an economics which makes pollution the "only affordable option," we surely discover, if we pay attention, that an economics that makes pollution profitable is an economics we cannot afford to continue.

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