[WSMDiscuss] Fwd: YOUR SIGNATURES NEEDED - New Roots: An Open Letter for Degrowth

Jai Sen jai.sen at cacim.net
Thu Apr 30 01:28:23 CEST 2020

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Viruses in movement…, Alternatives in movement…

[Here is an interesting initiative in relation to the emerging situation, coming mostly out of Germany, I think.  The mail I’m forwarding doesn’t have an author as such, and within the time available before the deadline for endorsement (Friday May 1st at 20:00 CEST) and given time zone differences, I haven’t been yet able to trace precisely who the authors are, but I’m assuming it’s the folks at degrowth; and so of you want further information, you should look up degrowth.info <http://degrowth.info/> :

New Roots : An Open Letter for Degrowth


            Thanks for posting this, Alex



> Begin forwarded message:
> From: "khamzang at riseup.net" <khamzang at riseup.net>
> Subject: [REDlistserve] Fwd: [DegrowUS] YOUR SIGNATURES NEEDED - New Roots: An Open Letter for Degrowth
> Date: April 29, 2020 at 12:22:51 PM EDT
> To: radical_ecological_democracy at googlegroups.com
> Sharing the below link to a sign-on letter:
> ----------------------
> Dear degrowth community, friends & allies,
> We are writing to share with you our efforts over the last weeks to respond collectively to the COVID-19 crisis. Given the current situation, we decided to write an open letter from a degrowth perspective presenting five principles to address the crisis in a socially and ecologically just way. Thus, we are asking you to support us in this timely intervention to shape the corona crisis discourse and ambitiously re-imagine our collective future.
> Please find our open letter here <https://framaforms.org/degrowth-open-letter-1587824775>. If you agree with the key demands, and want to show your support publicly, sign this form and share it with friends & allies. The collection of signatures will end on Friday May 1st at 20:00 CEST. We welcome the signatures of individuals & organizations. We will share the open letter with the press, so time is of the essence! 
> To get involved in translation support, press work and next-steps, please email us at newroots at degrowth.info <mailto:newroots at degrowth.info>. 
> In solidarity, 
> The open letter working group on Corona & Degrowth 
> PS: Parts of the form might be in French because the platform where we built it is France-based. Just make sure to press “Soumettre” to submit ;)
> -- 
> best,
> Alex
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Jai Sen

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