Post-Growth Geographies

Spatial Relations of Diverse and Alternative Economies

Post-Growth Geographies examines the spatial relations of diverse and alternative economies between growth-oriented institutions and multiple socio-ecological crises. The book brings together conceptual and empirical contributions from geography and its neighbouring disciplines and offers different perspectives on the possibilities, demands and critiques of post-growth transformation. Through case studies and interviews, the contributions combine voices from activism, civil society, planning and politics with current theoretical debates on socio-ecological transformation.

Kapitel-Übersicht

  1. Frontmatter

    Seiten 1 - 6
  2. Inhalt

    Seiten 7 - 12
  3. About this book

    Seiten 13 - 14
  4. Illustrations

    Seite 14
  5. Post-growth geographies

    Seiten 15 - 36
  6. I. Spaces of Perspective

    Using socio-spatial concepts of situatedness to explain work processes in the context of post-growth economies

    Seiten 37 - 60
  7. Spatial strategies for a post-growth transformation

    Seiten 61 - 84
  8. Reducing working hours in small enterprises as a post-growth practice?

    Seiten 85 - 96
  9. Lessons from Practice

    The emancipatory project of degrowth

    Seiten 99 - 106
  10. Degrowth

    Seiten 107 - 112
  11. II. Spaces of Possibility

    Growth independence through social innovations?

    Seiten 113 - 136
  12. Criteria for post-growth residential development: The example of the city of Zurich

    Seiten 137 - 156
  13. Makerspaces

    Seiten 157 - 172
  14. Performing gaps

    Seiten 173 - 188
  15. Town and countryside in flux

    Seiten 189 - 202
  16. The role of interstitial spaces in the growing urban region of Hamburg

    Seiten 205 - 210
  17. 'Hobbyhimmel' – an open workshop in the context of post-growth

    Seiten 211 - 216
  18. Neighbourhood farms as new places for participation and grow-your-own

    Seiten 217 - 222
  19. III. Spaces of Conflict

    Provincialising degrowth

    Seiten 223 - 240
  20. Financing post-growth?

    Seiten 241 - 262
  21. 'Status quo avant-gardists' and 'prevention innovators'

    Seiten 263 - 286
  22. The growth fixation of the European Union

    Seiten 287 - 294
  23. We have a responsibility to be a bit more pragmatic

    Seiten 297 - 302
  24. We should continue this dialogue with the EU institutions

    Seiten 303 - 308
  25. IV. Spaces of Design

    Spatial transformations: Process, goal, guideline?

    Seiten 309 - 322
  26. Cornerstones and positions of a precautionary post-growth economy

    Seiten 323 - 346
  27. New roles in collective, growth-independent spatial organisation

    Seiten 347 - 362
  28. The Bauhaus as a designer of transition

    Seiten 363 - 388
  29. Post-growth perspectives for the Lausitz lignite mining region? – Opportunities and challenges

    Seiten 391 - 398
  30. Hacking Ulm

    Seiten 399 - 406
  31. Designing living spaces together in open-ended approaches

    Seiten 407 - 416
  32. Opening up spaces of possibility with artistic experiments

    Seiten 417 - 422
  33. Authors

    Seiten 423 - 430
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5. November 2021, 430 Seiten
ISBN: 978-3-8394-5733-7
Dateigröße: 8.38 MB

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Bastian Lange

Bastian Lange, Universität Leipzig, Deutschland

Martina Hülz

Martina Hülz, Akademie für Raumentwicklung in der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft Hannover, Deutschland

Benedikt Schmid

Benedikt Schmid, Universität Freiburg, Deutschland

Christian Schulz

Christian Schulz, Universität Luxemburg, Luxemburg

Buchtitel
Post-Growth Geographies Spatial Relations of Diverse and Alternative Economies
Verlag
transcript Verlag
Seitenanzahl
430
Ausstattung
17 SW-Abbildungen, 13 Farbabbildungen
ISBN
978-3-8394-5733-7
DOI
10.14361/9783839457337
Warengruppe
1662
BIC-Code
RGC JHB RPC
BISAC-Code
SOC015000 SOC026000 POL002000
THEMA-Code
RGC JHB RPC
Erscheinungsdatum
5. November 2021
Themen
Wirtschaft, Raum, Stadt
Adressaten
Geography, Spatial Planning, Urban Development, Architecture, Economics, Social Sciences, as well as practitioners in planning, politics and civil society
Schlagworte
Degrowth, Post-growth, Transformation, Post-growth Economy, Post-growth Planning, Sustainability Transition, Sufficiency, Economy, Space, City, Social Geography, Urban Planning, Economic Sociology, Geography

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