Diana-Eugenia Ioncică ; Eva-Cristina Petrescu - Slow living and the green economy

jpe:10689 - Journal of Philosophical Economics, May 19, 2016, Volume IX Issue 2 - https://doi.org/10.46298/jpe.10689
Slow living and the green economyArticle

Authors: Diana-Eugenia Ioncică 1; Eva-Cristina Petrescu 1

  • 1 The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies / Academia de Studii Economice din Bucureşti

The current paper explores the relationship between some relatively new concepts in the field of economics-slow living, slow food, slow writing and the green economy. The goal of the paper is twofolddiscussing the possibilities opened by these exciting new concepts, in terms of an increase in the quality of life combined with an environmentally sustainable lifestyle, as well as ascertaining what the concepts may entail in the context in which the effects of the recent economic crisis may make green and slow living seem like a distant dream. It is this holistic view that we shall attempt to enlarge upon in the paper, with the avowed purpose of weighing out the possibilities presented in the complicated, crisis-fraught global context.

Volume: Volume IX Issue 2
Section: Articles
Published on: May 19, 2016
Imported on: December 28, 2022
Keywords: slow food,environmental economics,slow design,slow writing,[SHS]Humanities and Social Sciences

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