Post Growth: The Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe

[Articles and opinion pieces published in this blog do not necessarily reflect the polices and opinions of the organizers of the International Conference on Degrowth in the Americas. They are posted here to stimulate discussion and debate on issues relevant to degrowth.]

by Carole Alderman on January 12, 2012

This story is an adaptation of a traditional tale, brought to us by guest blogger Carole Alderman. Lessons from a traditional story can be quite relevant to today’s emerging post growth world.

There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.
She didn’t have very much housework to do.
She enjoyed making jam,
With fresh fruit from the trees,
She had milk from the cow and honey from bees.

Read the story

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