1. Sustainable City Living on 1/10th of an Acre | Degrowth in the Suburbs (Happen Films)
  2. Politics at the Checkout Line: Explaining Political Consumerism in the United States. (Benjamin J. Newman and Brandon L. Bartels)
  3. From Concerned Shopper to Dutiful Citizen: Implications of Individual and Collective Orientations toward Political Consumerism (Melissa R. Gotlieb & Chris Wells)
  4. All I want for Christmas is a lower rate of consumption (The Guardian)
  5. Christmas' Carbon Footprint and Its Irreversible Consequences (TeleSur)
  6. Wrappers' Delight: A Brief History of Wrapping Paper (The Atlantic)
  7. The Unequal Future of Consumption (The New Republic)
  8. Climate change: can individual consumer choices make a difference? (Vox)
  9. Can We Consume Our Way Out of Climate Change? A Call for Analysis (Lyle K. Grant)
  10. The Myth Of Green Consumerism; Consumption, Community And Free Markets (Michael Hannis)
  11. Making Sense of the Green Economy (Federico Caprotti and Ian Bailey)
  12. Constructing Sustainable Consumption: From Ethical Values to the Cultural Transformation of Unsustainable Markets (Douglas B. Holt)
  13. Daniel Miller on Consumption and its Consequences (Daniel Miller)
  14. Decent living for all does not have to cost the Earth (Universitty of Leeds)
  15. Providing decent living with minimum energy: A global scenario (Joel Millward-Hopkins et al.)
  16. How 10 billion people could live well by 2050 – using as much energy as we did 60 years ago (The Conversation)
  17. Scientists' warning on affluence (Thomas Wiedmann et al.)
  18. A Green New Deal beyond Growth (II) – Some Steps Forward (Resilience)
  19. A Green New Deal Must Not Be Tied to Economic Growth (Truthout)
  20. Recomposing consumption: defining necessities for sustainable and equitable well-being (Ian Gough)