Mark Garavan

‘Bringing about Change’ – seminar with Peter Barnes and Mark Garavan

How can the political-economic regime be reformed to ensure that the environment and future generations are effectively represented? And what can we do to bring about the needed changes?

Feasta Seminar 13 November 2007, 11am-2pm

Venue : ENFO, 17 St. Andrew’s Street, Dublin 2.

Peter Barnes, author of Capitalism 3.0 and the 2007 Feasta lecturer

Mark Garavan, lecturer at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and author of A democracy for an ecological age in the Feasta Review issue ‘Growth the Celtic Cancer’

Introduced and moderated by Senator Deirdre de Burca

Format :

Peter and Mark summarised their main ideas. …

The Second Feasta Review

Growth: The Celtic Cancer, Why the global economy damages our health and society

Read this book online in its entirety

A new issue of the Feasta Review was published in November 2004. "The aim of the Review is to present in a permanent form some of the thinking that has been going on in the Feasta network since the previous one appeared" says John Jopling, who edited it with Richard Douthwaite. "It is three years since the last issue and there's a lot to report."

Submission on the Corrib Gas Application

To: Mr. Ian Douglas, Planning Office, Mayo County Council.
Re: Gas Terminal Planning Application, Bellanaboy, Co. Mayo.
Date: January 29th, 2004.

Dear Mr. Douglas,

The following is a brief submission by Feasta on the application by Shell E. and P. to construct a Gas Processing Plant at Bellanaboy Bridge, Co. Mayo. Feasta, The Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability, was established in 1998. It aims to explore and promote the characteristics – economic, cultural and environmental – that a society must have in order to be truly sustainable.