Erik-Jan Van Oosten discusses the relationship between CapGlobalCarbon and ecocide law: "A global law against ecocide and a global cap on fossil carbon extraction seem to me the two key, mutually reinforcing, conditions for a sustainable society."
This one day workshop on Friday October 28 at the Ecovillage in Cloughjordan is organised by NUI Galway School of Law, FEASTA, and Cultivate, and aims to explore the possible future applications of blockchain technology in the development and coherence of sustainable communities.
This presentation will take place on September 1 at 11:30 am. It will be about hydraulic fracturing and unconventional oil and gas – developed so far mainly in the USA and Australia but also a possible threat in the UK, Poland, the Ukraine and Latin America. You can read a transcript of the talk at https://scriptum.degrowth.net/en/DG2016/public/events/203.…
"Sometimes you read a book that helps to crystalize your thinking, not because you agree with it, but because you don't" writes Brian Davey, who goes on to challenge the authors' assumptions about the availability of renewable energy and the nature and potential of localism.