Nov 11, 2014 Comments Off on Capital without Capitalism: A Currency Design Perspective
The recent surge in interest in the design of new currencies is partly informed by a creeping realisation of the unfairnesses of the so-called free-market and its associated monetary dysfunction. Re-engineering money offers us the chance to imagine and create a more sustainable economic infrastructure. By Graham Barnes
Nov 06, 2014 Comments Off on Update on the “Sink or Sue” climate litigation project
Here's an update by David Knight on the Feasta climate group's plan to organize a mock trial next year, in partnership with a large group of allies, many of whom already have legal experience relating to climate change. The mock trial will be an initial step towards a real court action and would develop and test a claim against a fictitious British Fossil fuel company for contributing to the damage caused by climate change.
Oct 26, 2014 1 Comment
Oct 16, 2014 Comments Off on 23 Things They Don’t Tell You about Capitalism by Ha-Joon Chang: Review
Oct 08, 2014 Comments Off on Ebola and the management of mass psychology: public health or public relations crisis?
Oct 02, 2014 1 Comment
Brian Davey provides some reflections on the recent Degrowth conference, identifying different strains of thought within the Degrowth movement. He believes that "the diversity between the left and the greens can give rise to complementary relationships rather than being sources of deep division and antagonism."
Sep 26, 2014 Comments Off on Fourth International Degrowth Conference: report by Seán Conlan
Sep 11, 2014 Comments Off on Poster on fracking and ethics
Sep 05, 2014 Comments Off on Money as a Commons
Money is either a reward for past work, or (when issued through the device of credit) an advance secured in expectation of future work. From this viewpoint we can see money as an aspirational commons - a Common Pool Resource backed by our collective efforts, that with the right governance regime could be managed equitably and to mutual benefit. By Graham Barnes.
Aug 28, 2014 Comments Off on Degrowth conference in Leipzig
Feasta members Willi Kiefel, Seán Conlan and Brian Davey will be attending next week's degrowth conference, which will focus on concrete steps towards a society beyond the imperative of growth. Willi will be presenting a paper that he prepared with Seán on Feasta co-founder Richard Douthwaite's contribution towards a material degrowth society in Ireland.
Aug 23, 2014 Comments Off on Community Energy in Ireland (Part 3)
Aug 16, 2014 1 Comment