And this is perhaps the most important: Let the tools you make ask questions, not just solve problems.
“What makes us feel liberated is not total freedom, but rather living in a set of limitations that we have created and prescribed for ourselves,”
Kallis (2017) describes degrowth as ‘‘...an informed maturing of a radical environmentalism’’ (p. 17) and criticizes ‘‘. . .‘deep ecologists’ a-political misconceptions about a passive submission to an inherently balanced ‘mother earth’’’ (Kallis, 2017; p. 58). He continues ‘‘degrowth presents a radical political project of constructing an alternative socio-ecological future. . .simpler by enlightened choice, not by passive conformity to nature’s laws’’ (Kallis, 2017).