Distributism is an economic philosophy in part aimed at sustainable living. It favors small businesses over large, localism over giant social systems, and integrated living (where different spheres, such as family and work life, for example, are no longer separate). While it arose in English Catholicism, I have known Distributists who were Catholic, Orthodox, and even Neopagan.
The Distributists I have known, or those which I have read, have tended to reject consumerism, and look to pre-modern economic models for a more just and sustainable system.
Is this likely to be on topic in this community? Or would it be necessary to try to get a separate proposal for such thought?
Proposal: Sustainable Living