Videos | by New Dream | July 29, 2011
This fun animation, narrated by economist and bestselling author Juliet Schor, provides a vision of what a post-consumer society could look like.
Blog | by New Dream | May 6, 2011
In Plenitude: The New Economics of True Wealth, economist and New Dream board co-chair Juliet Schor offers a groundbreaking intellectual statement about the economics and sociology of ecological decline, suggesting a radical change in how we think about consumer goods, value, and ways to live.
Blog | by Jake Giessman | November 27, 2012
Living simply shouldn't remain class-based or countercultural; it should be downright American.
Resources | by New Dream | October 18, 2013
In this infographic series, New Dream explores the ramifications of overworking on our health, happiness, and environment.
Blog | by Suzita Cochran | March 7, 2012
Traveling by train can be a magical alternative to the high-stress world of airports and Interstates.
Blog | by Dale S. Brown | August 4, 2011
How one D.C. resident changed her relationship to money and gained just a bit of freedom from the endless demands to earn it.
Blog | by Suzita Cochran | December 5, 2011
Whether it’s a material item like shoes or a non-material one like free time, how do you know when you have enough of something?
Blog | by Juliet Schor | June 13, 2011
Reducing hours of work may seem counter-intuitive. But the historical record suggests it’s a smart move that will create a "triple dividend."
Blog | by Lisa Mastny | June 21, 2012
Is it possible to create an economy that prioritizes both human well-being and Earth’s natural systems? The movement has already begun.