Argentinian economist and Wellbeing Economy Alliance member Mariana Mirabile talks with Caroline Whyte and Seán Ó'Conláin about the problematic assumptions in neoclassical economics and the need for a systems-based analytic framework.
Brian Davey and Tim Watkins explore the reasons behind Nottingham's grave economic difficulties and argue that many other cities in industrialised countries are facing similar challenges.
Topics covered in this first instalment of a series of video discussions between Brian Davey and Tim Watkins include the energy supply, Brexit, the Bank of England, discretionary income and bankrupt local authorities.
Brian Davey argues that degrowth is veering in a very bad direction because of deeply misguided national lockdown policies, and calls for a serious examination of the accuracy of COVID-19 tests.
2020 has been an exciting, but also a very challenging year for Feasta. The pandemic has triggered a huge upsurge of interest in many of our ideas, but our funding has diminished. Please consider supporting our unique and vital work by making a donation on behalf of a loved one or yourself during this holiday period.
Our latest podcast features Oonagh Duggan, the head of advocacy at Birdwatch Ireland, and Easkey Britton, a social ecologist and a prominent and highly skilled surfer, talking about the challenges and opportunities relating to biodiversity and well-being.