Foreword / by Herman Daly -- Preface -- Questions of enough -- Have you had enough? -- Why should enough be the goal? -- How much is enough? -- What sort of economy provides enough? -- Strategies of enough -- Enough throughput : limiting resource use and waste production -- Enough people : stabilizing population -- Enough inequality : distributing income and wealth -- Enough debt : reforming monetary and financial systems -- Enough miscalculation : changing the way we measure progress -- Enough unemployment : securing meaningful jobs -- Enough business as usual : rethinking commerce -- Advancing the economy of enough -- Enough materialism : changing consumer behavior -- Enough silence : engaging politicians and the media -- Enough unilateralism : changing national goals and improving international cooperation -- Enough waiting : taking action to start the transition -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- Index -- About the authors. We're overusing the earth's finite resources, and yet excessive consumption is failing to improve our lives. In Enough Is Enough, Rob Dietz and Dan O'Neill lay out a visionary but realistic alternative to the perpetual pursuit of economic growth--an economy where the goal is not more but enough. They explore specific strategies to conserve natural resources, stabilize population, reduce inequality, fix the financial system, create jobs, and more--all with the aim of maximizing long-term well-being instead of short-term profits. Filled with fresh ideas and surprising optimism, Enough Is Enough is the primer for achieving genuine prosperity and a hopeful future for all.