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European Health Futures Forum Webinar: Perspectives on Transforming Education and Healthcare

Feb 27, 2014 No Comments by

Sean Conlan has organised a second webinar on transforming education and healthcare which is open to all by invitation. It will take place on Friday 28 February 2014. If you’re interested please register here. A Youtube video of the event will be available to watch after it takes place. …

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A permaculture taster: January 25 workshop

Jan 17, 2014 No Comments by

Learn how we can live more sustainably, grow food intensively and strengthen the resilience of our communities using Permaculture Design. A one day introductory workshop hosted by Davie Philip of Cultivate and Bruce Darrell of Feasta, both based at Cloughjordan Ecovillage.

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Complexity, Systemic Risk, and the Perils of Risk Management

Jan 17, 2014 No Comments by
Two talks in Bratislava and a day-long seminar in Brno by David Korowicz.
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Managing the commons to benefit all: sharing for prosperity

Mar 05, 2013 No Comments by
Presentations by Anne Ryan and John Jopling at the Alternatives for Transformation conference, National University of Maynooth, Iontas Building, March 9th. Anne Ryan will be chairing a session entitled ‘the commons and climate change’ from 11:30-13:00, during which John Jopling will also make his presentation.
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Banking On Ourselves

Aug 18, 2012 No Comments by

This Schumacher College course will examine new models for financing community- based initiatives. It takes place in London from November 12-16. Teacher includes Naomi Kingsley, Chris Cook, Michael Shuman (by videolink) and Jonathan Dawson. More information

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Permaculture Design Certificate Course

Jul 20, 2012 No Comments by
Organised by Cultivate, in association with Village Education Research and Training (VERT) and Cloughjordan Community Farm. Feasta tutors include Bruce Darrell and Ciaran Mulloy. This will be a unique opportunity to learn invaluable design and practical skills embedded in an active ecovillage and vibrant community.
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From crisis to resilience: rethinking Ireland’s economic future

Apr 10, 2012 No Comments by
Schumacher Ireland Summer School Exploring the transition to a sustainable society on the island of Ireland Schumacher College is organising its first Summer School in Ireland from 11th to 15th June 2012, in conjunction with Queen’s University Belfast. Feasta members Jonathan Dawson and Peadar Kirby will be among the course teachers. [...]
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Growing Together: An all-Ireland conference on Community Supported Agriculture

Jan 25, 2012 No Comments
Date: 17th, 18th & 19th of February, Cloughjordan, Tipperary. The aim of this weekend conference is to introduce the CSA concept to communities and growers on the island of Ireland. The event will bring together food producers and emerging Irish CSA’s while creating networking and learning opportunities with experienced initiatives from across Europe.
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Towards resilience: how are mental health professionals to respond to the climate crisis and the threat of ecosystemic collapse?

Jan 17, 2012 No Comments
A symposium at the 2nd annual Irish Council for Psychotherapy conference. Presented by Feasta member John Sharry, with Phil Kearney and Aebhin Cawley. Conference date: January 26-27 2012 Venue: Dublin Castle
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It’s not the economy, stupid! – October 21 2011

Oct 12, 2011 1 Comment
Contemplating the financial collapse and flipping the fear FRIDAYS@THE LIVING ROOM present a conversation with David Korowicz of Feasta and Dr. Francis J Valloor, clinical psychologist.
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An Introduction to Alternative Trading Systems – 27th June

Jun 01, 2011 No Comments
Green Works will host Cork Community Forum, FEASTA the Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability, Future Orchards, a Cork community-supported agriculture project and Skillstore, an initiative to set up a community-based Timebank in Farranferris College. All of these talks will explore the potential for community currencies to strengthen the local economy and the resilience of our communities.
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Challenging (Un)certainties – the Future of Education and Sustainability – May 23-25

May 15, 2011 No Comments
The second annual conference on education for sustainable development. Uppsala, Sweden, May 23-25
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Peak Oil: The Economic Consequences – March 22

Mar 16, 2011 No Comments
A panel discussion organised by UCC Economics Society, in association with UCC Environmental Society, UCC Greens and Transition City Cork.
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