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FEASTA Turns 20: food policy, sustainability, and basic income – a U.S. perspective

May 09, 2018 No Comments by
Mike Sandler describes some of Feasta's goals with regard to food policy, and how these could be applied to the U.S.
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From Ivory Tower to global problem solver – aligning academia to the Sustainable Development Goals

Apr 13, 2018 No Comments by
A significant portion of the American electorate is seemingly alienated from academia. Conspiracy theorists and talk (hate) radio have seemingly co-opted a portion of the rural working class. What is to be done? By Mike Sandler.
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Cap and Dividend bill introduced in U.S. Senate – a ray of hope regardless of its “political feasibility”

Mar 01, 2018 Comments Off on Cap and Dividend bill introduced in U.S. Senate – a ray of hope regardless of its “political feasibility” by
"For those watching U.S. politics from afar, it may seem like the country is filled with climate deniers and oil drillers. But there was a bright spot recently for those of us in the US who continue to work for climate stability and sanity," writes Mike Sandler.
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There’s no Feasta in the USA, but there is this new blog

Feb 13, 2018 Comments Off on There’s no Feasta in the USA, but there is this new blog by
We're delighted to welcome long-time Feasta member and trustee Mike Sandler as a regular contributor to our blog. Here you can read an overview of his background in climate action in the US and get links to some of his many articles published by the Huffington Post over the past decade.
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