Drastic cuts in the world’s greenhouse gas emissions are required to avoid a climate catastrophe. A worldwide agreement to secure such cuts will be impossible to negotiate unless both the pain and the benefits are shared equitably around the world. Moreover, the sharing system must be robust enough to ensure that the cuts agreed actually happen. Cap & Share is both robust and equitable. It has the additional advantage that, until it is adopted globally, it can be used by individual countries to make sure their emissions take a downward path. This 32 page Feasta booklet explains how C&S could …
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The third annual summer forum will take place in The Carmelite Community Centre, Aungier St, Dublin, from 10am to 4pm on on Saturday June 11th 2016.
The forum is a good chance to meet basic income advocates, learn more about basic income, and to contribute your own ideas. In the morning, the theme is “Basic Income for Men and Women”.
You can read more and reserve a place at