Living sustainably - living with less impact on the environment - means living more and working less:
Futures Forum: In Praise of Idleness: working less could actually be better for everyone.
This piece from Transition Voice encapsulates most of the arguments very nicely:
Work in balance with life is the key to the new economy — Transition Voice
Futures Forum: The four-hour working week, the sharing economy and going beyond the master-servant relationship
Futures Forum: Sharing >>> the sharing economy >>> the sharing society >>> the sharing state
Futures Forum: Peak-industrialisation
Futures Forum: The DIY economy
Futures Forum: VW... and making 'wholly opaque disposable vehicles' >>> rather than making vehicles which 'run for a long time and are easy to fix'
Futures Forum: The Blue New Deal from the New Economics Foundation >>> formal launch of 'action plan to deliver jobs and economic prosperity to coastal regions'
Futures Forum: Creating/destroying jobs >>> Creative Destruction and Artificial Intelligence
Futures Forum: The unconditional basic income
Futures Forum: Technological unemployment and the Luddite fallacy
Futures Forum: Artificial Intelligence: 'complements labor and increase its productivity'
Futures Forum: Transitioning to an economy based on sharing information
Futures Forum: "Plans for a National Living Wage will have a major impact on small family businesses"
Futures Forum: The language of bureaucracy >>> David Graeber and "The Utopia of Rules: On Technology, Stupidity, and the Secret Joys of Bureaucracy"
Futures Forum: "Small plus small plus small equals big" >>> 'There is a blind spot about economic regeneration in most local authorities'
Futures Forum: "Where are the flying cars?" or, "What happened to derail so many credible ideas and prospects?"
Futures Forum: The New Economics Foundation ... and the Great Transition Project
Futures Forum: Saint Monday: in defence of skiving
Futures Forum: Volunteers in the community: 'doing jobs for free' or 'empowering communities to take local action'?
Futures Forum: An Exeter Pound and the Woergl: 'complementary' and 'interest-free' currencies
Futures Forum: In Praise of Idleness: "If Hadza nomads get by on 14 hours’ work a week, why can’t we?"
Futures Forum: The 3-day week: "Is this a charitable proposal wrapped in a business opportunity?"
Futures Forum: "We should work less"... "But it's for part-time work, and it's all about the illusion of there being more jobs"
Futures Forum: The 21-hour week: 'The British have solved unemployment'
Futures Forum: "A shorter working week would make us healthier, give us more fulfilling and sustainable lives and be better for the environment..."