This podcast, hosted by Katy Shields, is about the true story behind the groundbreaking 1972 study “The Limits to Growth”, and why the world ignored its message. Based on the late author's unpublished memoirs and featuring rare original audio recordings, this podcast accompanies Dana and Dennis Meadows and their team of scientists on their mission to tell the world about coming ecological crises and their solutions.
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Great reporting. Well put together. Really worrying… Thanks
You can tell Katy Shields did her research uncovering the truth behind this story. The narrative is interspersed with recordings of quotes from key figures. The podcast really makes you think about how we got ourselves into this situation and how we can aim to get ourselves out.
Easily digestible and insightful coverage of the recent history of our global response to global calamity. Helps explain how we got here. Accords with insights from heterodox economists who have received much the same treatment as Meadows. I’ve listened to it twice already.
I loved this mini series. I was aware of Dana Meadows & The Limits to Growth but not familiar with them. I found this so compelling, clearly articulated, well produced & easy to follow. It’s inspired me to learn more about Dana, LTG & Donut Economics & I’ve already been telling everyone I know to listen. Maybe if we all listened we’d be able to make the changes we do desperately need to.
A factual review of the Limits to Growth and its influence upon the world now being born out in the experience of life today. Challenges the comprehension of leaders and questions our purpose on Earth. Thanks for putting this podcast together in such a direct and timely fashion. Let’s hope we, the listeners, can follow through.
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