Archive for Meetings
Date and Time: Saturday Sept 18th 2010.
11-1: Official business of the AGM, open to full Feasta members.
2-4: Informal session, open to anyone interested in Feasta. This was a round-table discussion: “In many aspects of life there is great uncertainty – not only about the long-term but also the near-term future. What does this mean for Feasta as an organisation?”
Venue: The Greenhouse, 17 St. Andrews St., Dublin 2. …
Agenda for Annual Planning Day 2009
Sat January 31st 2009 11am – 4.30pm
Chaired by Emer O’Siochru
11 – 11.45: Review of Feasta’s activities in the past year arising from 2008 Annual Planning Day minutes
- 1. Climate and Energy group activities, including attendance at COP, Poland
- Risk and Emergency preparation
- Taxation Reform
- Media / Publicity / Education
- Annual Lecture / conference
- Funding Strategy
11.45 – 3.15 (including lunch) Feasta Project Presentations and discussion
- Carbon Sinks and Cycles
- Smart Taxes
- Social Partnership
- New Emergency Conference
- Cap and Share
- Liquidity Network and Responses to the financial crisis
3.15 Ideas for New …
Date: 24 November 2007, 11.30am – 1pm
Venue: ENFO offices, 17 St. Andrew’s Street, Dublin 2.
Notice of Annual General Meeting
10A Lwr Camden St
Company Registration No. 319430
The Feasta AGM 2007 will be held on
Saturday November 24th, 11.30am – 1pm
17 St Andrews’ St
1. Minutes of 2006 AGM
2. Adoption of 2006 Accounts
3. Financial update
4. Appointment of Auditor
5. Adoption of Budget 2007
6. Appointment of Directors
7. Annual Review
8. Any Other Business
Note : The “Annual Review” is designed to bring …
In a departure from previous years, Feasta’s 2007 Members’ Weekend was held as part of a larger event, the first ever “Irish Green Gathering”, at Woodbrook House outside Bunclody, Co. Wexford in August. The aim was to allow members to meet, have fun and get excited by new ideas. To launch the weekend Feasta hosted a social gathering on the Friday night. As with the other Feasta events that weekend it was held in the beautiful ‘Old Chapel’, for which we were very grateful as it rained for most of the weekend!
Feasta staged two major talks on Saturday the …
Date: Evening, Friday 27th – afternoon, Sunday 29th July, 2007
Venue: Glencree Reconciliation Centre, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
The weekend, which was held jointly with Cap and Share, was intended to discuss and develop the group’s ideas in the climate and energy area and relate these to Cap and Share’s campaign. …
Date: Friday, 27th July, 7.30 pm, sharp.
Venue: Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2.
An evening of presentations and discussions on the theme:
climate change, peak oil and global equity
by members of the group.
Members of the group, including those visiting from Britain for the annual meeting at Glencree, presented the latest information on the timing of the peaks in oil, gas and coal production and how this relates to the climate crisis. Other topics included a discussion on whether the EU’s target of limiting the rise in global temperatures to 2 degrees C above the pre-industrial level is …
Date: 10am -4 pm, January 20, 2007
Venue: 161, Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6
All paid-up members of Feasta were invited to participate in its annual planning meeting which was at from 10am on Saturday, January 20th until around 4pm at 161, Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6. There was also a Skype connection for those unable to attend.
The meeting discussed and developed the programme for the year and also explored what type of organisation we would like Feasta to be in, say, three years’ time. …
Date: October 7-9 2005
Venue: Nano Nagle Centre, Nr Mallow, Co Cork…
Date: 24-26 September 2004
Venue: Dingle Harbour Lodge, Dingle, Co.Kerry, Ireland…
Date: October 28 1998
Venue: Mother Redcaps, Christ Church, Back Lane, Dublin
[This is the invitation to the launch of Feasta on the 28th October, 1998]
Cad a dheanfaimid feasta gan adhmid, Ta deireadh na gcoilte ar lar
‘What will we do in the future without wood? The end of the forests has come.’
You are invited to the launch of FEASTA, the Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability, to take place at 7.30pm on the 28th October 1998 in Mother Redcaps, Christ Church, Back Lane, Dublin. The evening features guest speakers Richard Douthwaite, co-founder of FEASTA, …