'On his recent visit to Ireland, President Biden said he felt like he was “home.” By giving a speech like President Higgins just gave, and setting up an Ecological Monetary Reform Study Committee, he could prove it,' writes Mike Sandler.
As political leaders gather for a second conference at the European Parliament on how to move “beyond growth”, we, the undersigned academics and civil society organisations, see the geopolitical crisis as an opportunity to disengage from the socially and ecologically harmful growth competition and instead embrace a wellbeing cooperation.
Feidhlim Harty emphasises the need to minimise the extraction of critical raw materials, to ensure that the materials are used as responsibly as possible, and to ensure that miners' rights are respected.
As part of Ireland's National Biovidersity Week, Feasta's Seán Ó Conláin, along with Bríd Ní Dhonnchú and Vanya Lambrecht Ward, are hosting this event in northern County Leitrim on May 21 "to gather and share alternative field notes and to spot the ‘lesser-spotted’, while fine-tuning your senses and your brain".
A transcript of Professor Tim Jackson's talk for the Wellbeing Economy Ireland Hub, to launch the Hub's Community of Practice for Artists and Creatives.
A presentation on the role of the commons in the WEAll Ireland Hub's vision for the wellbeing economy from the Hub’s Deep Dive workshop in Derry-Londonderry on April 1.