Podcast: being young in a time of pandemic

In the latest episode of the Feasta/EHFF podcast series 'Bridging the Gaps', we hear from three young people about their experience of lockdown.

Feasta position paper on the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

What can the EU do to prevent carbon leakage - the sabotaging of its climate policy by non-EU industries? This submission provides some suggestions...

Lessons of 2020

"The COVID-19 pandemic is a test.  Are we learning anything?" asks Mike Sandler.

‘Balancing with a Doughnut’: Feasta position paper on the revision of the European Commission’s...

This paper uses Kate Raworth's Doughnut Economics model as a basis for a suite of reforms that include limiting fossil fuel production and imports...

Psychopathology at the Limits to Economic Growth: Part Three

The Psychology of Decision Makers, Professionals and the Elite is part of “the system” To respond rationally to a crisis of the magnitude that humanity...

Psychopathology at the Limits to Economic Growth: Part Two

The Management of Everyday life goes into crisis – mental health consequences As we will show later in this article, this has enormous knock-on implications...

Psychopathology at the Limits to Economics Growth: An Essay in 3 Parts

"Counterposed to toxic elite priorities, a new politics of environmental protection, energy and resource saving, public health and community mental health is needed. The...

Why Don’t Lions Chase Mice: review

"When Watkins calls for a “brown new deal” he is not in any way denying climate science, he is trying to respond to the...

Food for Thought/Lón Intinne 2020 on September 11: video now out

This collective exploration of our response to COVID-19, the phenomenon of enforced absence, and our need for basic sustenance was organised by Afri, Feasta,...

Food for Thought/Lon Intinne: video now out

This collective exploration of our response to COVID-19, the phenomenon of enforced absence, and our need for basic sustenance was organised by Afri, Feasta,...

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Researchers are homing in on the cause of a major disease of sea turtles, with some of their latest findings implicating saltwater leeches as...

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Forest clearance in Southeast Asia is accelerating, leading to unprecedented increases in carbon emissions, according to new research. The findings show that forests are...