About us

Degrowth is organised as a free, open-access, international, transdisciplinary, and peer-reviewed journal

Degrowth is organised as a free, open-access, international, transdisciplinary, and peer-reviewed journal that focuses on advancing the goals of degrowth. It is published online in annual volumes, with rolling open submission set to be begin in early 2024.

Organised as an international, independent, non-profit association, the editorial collective is decentralised across various countries. We meet regularly and operate following the principles of radical democracy. We are currently running without funding or any editorial affiliation, but we are supported by the University of Glasgow through Glasgow Open Journals, who host Degrowth submissions on the SCURL Open Journal Systems (OJS) platform.

The active members of the editorial collective are:

  • Sabrina Chakori (founding editor)
  • Daniel Chester (editor)
  • Sofia Greaves (editor)
  • Eeva Houtbeckers (founding editor)
  • Inea Lehner (editor)
  • Gerry McCartney (editor)
  • Mario Díaz Muñoz (editor)
  • Lavinia Munteanu (editor)
  • Adrien Plomteux (editor)
  • Ben Robra (founding editor)
  • Peter Sutoris (editor)

The collective is supported by:

  • Helene Andersson (copy-editor)
  • Laura Brackney (copy-editor)
  • Nyma Haqqani (copy-editor)
  • Ellen Heimpel (copy-editor)
  • Wiktoria Lopato (copy-editor)
  • Ruby Silk (copy-editor)
  • Jess Parker (layout editor)

Degrowth has been made possible by a number of people beyond the collective. The website was made possible by the great people at noesya, with graphic design provided by Jess Parker. We also thank previous members of the collective: Timothée Parrique (founding editor), Nick Fitzpatrick (founding editor), Enrique Mejia (founding editor), Scott Leatham (editor), and Tor Person (administrator).