I. Capitalism's Twin Crises: Economic and Environmental
AbstractHistory has provided us with numerous examples of economic stagnation and breakdown, as well as environmental degradation caused by human activity, even before capitalism existed. But capitalism's central characteristic—the incessant drive to invest and accumulate wealth—gives birth to never-ending economic and environmental crises.
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