Caroline Whyte finds this book by Feidhlim Harty to be very accessible and full of useful information.
The current system for introducing money into the economy has adverse effects, both social and environmental. Graham Barnes argues for a better strategic framework for the first use of money, and a clearer explanatory narrative to facilitate consent.
Patrick Noble argues that we should make the best of the remaining time we have before collapse occurs "to build islands of a real economy which can emerge more or less intact from beneath the smoke and embers."
This submittal makes a series of recommendations with regard to carbon pricing and international climate justice, deriving from the research behind the Feasta Climate Group's Cap and Share and CapGlobalCarbon initiatives.
In the fifth part of her Enough is Plenty blog series, Anne Ryan suggests that the "clarity and verve" of this book's writing could give it an audience "beyond the marginalised community of those who currently promote sufficiency and related systems".
Through a combination of interview-style conversation and small-group discussion, this event on December 7 explored the mental health and emotional toll of our increasing awareness of climate change and environmental destruction.