In the Shortage Era, It’s Time to Rethink How We Understand Abundance

Your next trip to Starbucks might be an unusual one. The global coffeehouse chain is running out of cups. Due to supply chain bottlenecks affecting virtually every part of the worldwide economy, Starbucks is struggling to secure enough paper cups and oat milk. This is worrying, because recovery in the post-pandemic economy won’t amount to much if there aren’t enough…

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