Social-environmental index: Combining social and biophysical indicators reveals limits to growth

Stanislas Rigal
The negative impact of the dominant socio-economic paradigm on the biosphere, on the climate, and on societies themselves are acute. Yet, the success of countries is measured by indicators known to be limited because they target a socially attractive but environmentally unsustainable model of society. A myriad of indicators have been proposed to address this lack of relevant measurements that assess the real social achievements of countries. At the same time, the impacts of human...
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