Regionality is becoming a key factor in the current debate evolving around sufficiency: In order to be able to cope with global issues like climate change, large resource consumption, migration waves, social inequalities, and many more, regional solutions provided by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are called on alongside global ones. These solutions must include the requirements for a post-fossil future through environmental, climate, and resource conservation as well as the prospects for a fair and worthwhile individual and societal development in a late (or post-)growth society.
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