How can the political-economic regime be reformed to ensure that the environment and future generations are effectively represented? And what can we do to bring about the needed changes?
Feasta Seminar 13 November 2007, 11am-2pm
Venue : ENFO, 17 St. Andrew’s Street, Dublin 2.
Peter Barnes, author of Capitalism 3.0 and the 2007 Feasta lecturer
Mark Garavan, lecturer at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and author of A democracy for an ecological age in the Feasta Review issue ‘Growth the Celtic Cancer’
Introduced and moderated by Senator Deirdre de Burca
Peter and Mark summarised their main ideas. A number of key issues were identified for discussion by all participants.
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