From the paper: The degrowth program is highly problematic because of its failure to analyze the qualitative aspects of economic growth and its emphasis on the local economy without recognizing the urgency to address global anthropogenic change from a transnational political perspective. In particular, a major challenge humanity now faces is to rapidly implement a prevention program to avoid catastrophic climate change. Demilitarization, solarization, and the creation of agroecologies are critical if we are to have any chance of success. This demands struggle on all spatial scales, from the neighborhood to the globe….
Capitalism Nature Socialism. Volume 23, Issue 1, Pages 119-125