Enough is Plenty: new blog series

On the first day of the global climate strike week, we're launching this blog series by Anne Ryan on the concept of enough: "A...

The global economy is too big

This short talk given by Brian Davey at the Nottingham Green Festival on September 15 2019 explains why the future economy will need to...

A horticultural society by way of the Ferny Brae

"I like to think that the old Socialist, Conservative and Green movements are all closer to a true median ground which stands on (and...

A no-deal Brexit and debt forgiveness in Ireland (and elsewhere)

It may well be necessary to make some very quick decisions about debt forgiveness in Ireland (and several other EU countries) in the aftermath...

“We need to talk about steady state economies”: workshop with Anne Ryan in Belfast

Feasta’s Anne Ryan gave a workshop on steady state economies in Belfast on August 7, as part of Tools for Solidarity’s 35th birthday celebrations....

The wealth of fields and nations

Patrick Noble argues that only the wilds can “draw down carbon”, and that importing biomass (mulch) from elsewhere is "either narcissism, or simple anti-social...

Summer Reading Recommendation: The Case for Carbon Dividends

Mike Sandler explains why Professor James K. Boyce's book "The Case for Climate Dividends" is important summer reading.

Basic income now: a high-leverage system intervention for sanity, humanity and ecology

This paper by Anne Ryan makes the case for basic income as a key policy instrument for addressing our problems, and is an introduction...

Energy

"Minerals and gases are either a part of a tendency for life, or of a tendency for lifelessness. My husbandry can swing the balance...

Our lighter website

A few months ago we did a rehaul of this website to reduce its energy footprint, with some interesting results.

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