International collaborations for well-being

Wellbeing Economy Governments Group Scotland established the Wellbeing Economy Governments Group with Iceland and New Zealand in 2018 to collaborate in pursuit of new ways...

End of the “Oilocene”: The Demise of the Global Oil Industry and of...

(A pdf version of this paper is here. Please refer to my presentation for supporting images and comments. ) In 1981 I was sitting on...

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the IPCC 1.5 Degree Report and...

"We should celebrate the positives from those news stories in raising general awareness. But for those who recognize the bad and ugly parts...

Non-governmental Organisations Working for Well-being

OECD Well-being Framework Societal progress is about improvements in the well-being of people and households. Assessing such progress requires looking not only at the functioning...

Small is Beautiful?

"For those fortunate enough not to be directly impacted , the slower pace of life, absence of traffic and noise, and the changes in...

The art of critique

"Critique has been the subject of volumes of philosophical and scholarly work, so my purpose here is to consider some aspects of a critique...

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.

The Age of Surveillance Capitalism – review (part two: social controls through digital infrastructures...

"Shoshana Zuboff has written a huge book packed full of detail and insight," writes Brian Davey. "Nevertheless it is an incomplete picture because it...

Basic Income roadshow in Ireland, September 2018

Basic Income Ireland is organising a series of events throughout Ireland during the month of Sept, to inform about and discuss their proposals for...

Journey to Earthland: review by Mark Garavan

Journey to Earthland by Paul Raskin is an unusual work. It is not primarily an analysis of our present predicament or of our likely...

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