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Feasta · 2d ago

Submission on the Irish bioeconomy

This submission to an interdepartmental group in the Irish government argues that much greater emphasis needs to be placed on maintenance, stability and resilience when developing policy on ...
Feasta · 2W ago

Submission on the River Basin Management Plan

We propose that the Irish government incorporate tree-planting and soil-building measures into the next round of water framework directive works, in order to shift the focus from Irish agric...
Feasta · 3W ago

Engaging Citizens in Community Led Transitions: conference, Sept 22 2017

An Taisce, Feasta, the Green Foundation Ireland and Cultivate are co-ordinating this conference in Cloughjordan which will explore how best to encourage more public participation in climate ...
Feasta · 3W ago

The climate crisis as seen by the economics mainstream

This article from 2014 by Brian Davey - part of his book Credo - critiques the ways in which economists generally try to calculate the costs associated with action on climate change. Unfortu...
Feasta · 4W ago

Two events about basic income, Sept 16 and Oct 7

Basic Income Ireland's Annual Forum, entitled 'Work: What’s Basic Income Got To Do With It?’, will take place at the Carmelite Centre in Dublin on September 16. Meanwhile on October 7, in De...
Feasta · 1M ago

CapGlobalCarbon submission to the Citizens’ Assembly on climate

In this proposal, Ireland would form a bilateral partnership with a Global South country in order to eliminate fossil fuel emissions, support the energy transition and work towards climate j...
Feasta · 1M ago

Feasta submission to the Citizens’ Assembly on climate

Instead of playing catch-up to other EU countries as is currently the case, we believe Ireland could leapfrog them and establish itself as a visionary leader by taking a global view of the c...
Feasta · 1M ago

Stability and sharing: basic income in history

Who knows how many people all over the world could make significant contributions to humanity if there was a basic income? A little financial stability could make an enormous difference, as ...
Feasta · 1M ago

Mismodelling human beings – “rational economic men” in love, politics and everyday life

As the example of Britain after World War II shows, values shift according to social, economic and political conditions. This alone makes nonsense of the assumptions about human nature on wh...
Feasta · 2M ago

Stop Climate Chaos event: Dinner with Darwin, July 22

Stop Climate Chaos, of which Feasta is a member, is organising an event in Dublin on the evening of July 22 which will feature an array of fun and informative activities for kids and adults ...