Entries by Svenja Meyerricks

The Scottish Degrowth Commission – Open Call


Enough! is going to host the sub-theme session "The Scottish Degrowth Commission: work, livelihoods and a ‘just transition’" with Svenja Meyerricks and Ewan Mackenzie at the joint conference of the International Degrowth Research Network and the International Society for Ecological Economics on 5th - 8th July 2021. ‘The Scottish Degrowth Commission’ is a panel...

CULTURE BEYOND EXTRACTIVISM: WHAT MIGHT A POST-GROWTH CINEMA LOOK LIKE? BY MARIA ANTONIA VELEZ SERNA


In this article, I argue against the growth-based model of the cultural industries, focusing on cinema and thinking towards alternative pathways for a post-growth creative sector in Scotland. In the months since I started writing it, many of the things I argued about have ground to a halt due the Covid-19 pandemic. Production projects...

LESS Issue 1


LESS Issue 1 LESS is a journal on degrowth, radical sufficiency and decolonisation in Scotland.  LESS questions and challenges dominant narratives about what economic progress means in Scotland, and sketches out alternative visions. The focus is on collective and democratic solutions to sustaining livelihoods that meet people’s needs while rising to the threats of climate change,...

Searching for a Decolonised Childhood – Resources for Primary and Secondary Aged Children


The following resources are intended for parents, carers, educators and everyone who takes an interest in decolonising educational resources for children. The list has been compiled by Sapna Agarwal for an Upending conversation on the 9th of July 2020, hosted by Enough! Scotland with support from the Centre for Human Ecology. You can watch...

Before the Trauma


In June 2020, Enough! hosted Stories for Terrestrial Survival, a creative writing workshop led by poet and translator Juana Adcock. The workshop was held to honour Degrowth Day. Here we share some of the writing produced during the workshop. Before the Trauma by Justin Kenrick 1 Before the trauma was the tiny palm searching for love, embodying love. In the beginning was connection and emergence: knowing nothing, embodying everything. 2. The trauma...