This submission recommends a number of internal and external measures which could enable Irish businesses to adapt nimbly and thrive in a ‘post-growth’, wellbeing-oriented economy.
David Somekh speaks with Caroline Whyte about the strong parallels and interconnections between healthcare reform and the wellbeing economy.
Seán Ó Conláin speaks with ecologist Julien Carlier about his doctoral thesis on the ecological benefits of greenways and his current work on mapping High Nature Value farmland and forestry.
David Somekh and Caroline Whyte speak with Davie Philip about his experience with Communities of Practice and the role they can play in helping to bring about a wellbeing economy.
On May 12, Caroline Whyte gave an online talk for the Wellbeing Economy Alliance (as part of their WEAll Talks series) on 'the climate as a commons', discussing synergies between CapGlobalCarbon and commons thinking.
This Feasta working paper explores the potential for cross-sectoral economic measures to ease expansionist pressure in agriculture in Ireland.
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This paper is intended to help fill a gap in the conversation about Irish agriculture: it examines how the broader economic context affects agriculture, and how certain upstream economic changes could be beneficial for agriculture in the future.
In order to meet the terms of the Paris Agreement, the Irish Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Act 2021, and the reformed Common Agricultural Policy’s environmental objectives, the paper asserts that there is a need …