2017 General Election | Purdah
From 3 May 2017 to 8 June 2017, the All-Party Parliamentary Group is not active. Parliamentary rules prohibit groups from making public comment, holding events, undertaking research or issuing communications, or allowing others to do so in their name. For more details about Purdah, please see the parliament website.
Budgets are routinely analysed by people who believe there is nothing problematic about economic growth. Forecast rates of GDP growth play a key role in the Budget calculations, and Budgets are praised or criticised based on the effect they are deemed to have on future growth. In our view, such analysis misses a critical aspect of the contemporary debate: namely the prospect that there may be environmental, social and secular limits to economic growth. In relation to the Budget Statement released by the Chancellor on 8th March 2017, we would make the following remarks... Read more
Ecological Economist Federico Demaria was one of the panellist at our recent House of Commons debate on ‘Degrowth’ as an international movement gaining traction. Here’s his report on the challenges and tasks ahead.
Annual General Meeting
Our next AGM is taking place on 22 February 2017, 2.30-3.15pm. For enquiries, please email email@example.com.
What can prosperity possibly mean in a world of environmental and social limits? With this substantially revised and re-written edition, Tim Jackson expands upon the arguments of the 1st edition and demonstrates that building a ‘post-growth’ economy is a precise, definable and meaningful task.
Save the date for Monday the 28th November 2016 as we will host Jørgen Randers, Kate Raworth and Federico Demaria for an evening debate at the House of Commons, to be chaired by Caroline Lucas and Tim Jackson. More information to follow soon.
On 19th April 2016, we held our inaugural event Limits to Growth or Opportunities for Prosperity? at the House of Commons, with current Co-Chair of the Club of Rome, Anders Wijkman, as our keynote speaker. The event also marked the launch of Limits Revisited – a new review of the limits debate commissioned specifically for the APPG.