Steady-state economy

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In macroeconomics, the concept of a steady-state economy (SSE) is discussed as a scenario alternative to unlimited economic growth. It places economic actions in a biophysical framework that takes into account the availability of natural resources like water, sunlight or fossil fuels and the capacity of ecosystems to absorb the waste generated through production, consumption and traffic.