Zig just wrote an essay https://raddle.me/wiki/ziq_essays#burn-the-bread-book-industrial-communism-will-not-liberate
I have no major disagreement, just a minor one. "civilized anarcho-communists in big shiny cities who are accustomed to a litany of luxury consumer products being delivered to their doors everyday."
I think the drive to consume is innate, but capitalism dials it up. I buy a new well pump because the manufacturer found no profit in modular, repairable designs. I get a new computer because the old one is slow, and the old one is slow because the software industry finds no profit in efficient code and maintaining older products. I have a Netflix subscription to get video entertainment and a Pandora account to get music. I get takeout food because my bullshit job and my kids' 90% bullshit schooling and medical appointments and dental appointments and tax filing and paying bills and retirement investing and shopping for insurance and vehicle maintenance so we can travel to our bullshit jobs and schools all together eats into the time and energy I could spend cooking. And of course I'm bombarded with ads trying to foster a desire for junk I don't need.
Imagine a world with a 20 hour work week, access to efficient software people share freely that lets 20 year old computers and smart phones function just fine, access to freely shared media of all kinds and the free time to play your own musical instruments and stage your own plays and make your own art, and free time and free information to help you sew your own clothing and repair all of your own possessions. Imagine the free time to cook what you want at home. Would you spend time every week searching anarcho-Amazon.com for some new empty bauble to fill the void in your soul? I doubt it.
Now, I suspect Zig is right about what matters. I suspect dramatically reduced industrial consumption just postpones the desertification of Earth by a few years. The only solution is the complete end of industrial consumption.
So I guess I'm making an irrelevant distinction. But I think if a genie granted a wish for worldwide anarcho-communism tomorrow, the pace of consumption would decline by orders of magnitude entirely on its own.