There’s a good discussion by Mike Sandler on the Huffington Post of the controversy over the trillion dollar coin; it’s encouraging that the debate over money creation is becoming so mainstream in the US. “Be on the lookout for debt-free, interest-free money, coming soon to a country-needlessly-plunged-into-recession-by-austerity near you.” Some useful comments also. Read the post.…
"The Ministry for the Future, and its author Kim Stanley Robinson (KSR), advance important ideas into the public sphere, and should be celebrated and promoted widely....but I do need to address the “Carbon Coin” in the room," writes Mike Sandler.
"The only thing missing from the Agreement is who, what, and how," writes Mike Sandler. "Like a zen koan, the Agreement is a riddle that just leads to more questions."
"It took over 20 years and 27 conferences to get here, so how did the COP organisers do this time?" asks Mike Sandler.
"What does it mean to say we need a complete overhaul, or the end of capitalism? Is it an impossible utopia?" asks Mike Sandler.
'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.