She’s not being proven wrong. She speaks about small areas where it works now and always has forever worked. for sustainability they need to be small communities. It’s not for big monsters like the usa or russia or europe or china

She’s not being proven wrong. She speaks about small areas where it works now and always has forever worked.
for sustainability they need to be small communities. It’s not for big monsters like the usa or russia or europe or china
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Forget trying to solve everybody’s problem all at once. That’s what gets us into these messes.
I mean I’m sure there are globalist solutions if that’s what you want. But I think neoliberalism ends up being problematic.
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In the text above:
“conducting field studies on how people in small, local communities manage shared natural resources, such as pastures, fishing waters, and forests”
This might not save the whole planet. But by studying how and why it works in small local communities, it might be possible to make better global decisions, that’s all. But an authoritarian solution isn’t likely to solve it. Scaled solutions might. Big govts focus on big companies. local areas manage their own affairs
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Having a “The Market” is part of the problem.
It is a neoliberal globalist construct that perpetuates issues.
Better to let big things handle big things, let small communities manage their own affairs. “The Market” is a global thing, outside of the scope of self-managed local communities.
I wrote in another group:
In the text above:
“conducting field studies on how people in small, local communities manage shared natural resources, such as pastures, fishing waters, and forests”
This might not save the whole planet. But by studying how and why it works in small local communities, it might be possible to make better global decisions, that’s all. But an authoritarian solution isn’t likely to solve it. Scaled solutions might. Big govts focus on big companies. local areas manage their own affairs
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Ah there. Found the name of it:
“Market globalism advocates promise a consumerist, neoliberal, free-market world.”
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