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Ashley Thorne

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De-Growth conference. April 29 - May 2nd

The evidence is overwhelming that unlimited industrial growth is no longer possible.

Our challenge now is to find ways to shrink the overall size of the economy without creating unemployment and poverty.

Please join us and a panel of some of the world's leading experts in a dialog that will pave the way to creating a new framework in understanding.

April 29th - May 2nd Vancouver will be hosting the first ever de-growth conference in North America.

Film screenings at the conference include What's the Economy for Anyways?

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