Risks identified in this submission include geopolitical unrest stemming from the climate and biodiversity crises and the decreasing global supply of high-quality oil; an unbalanced banking sector in Ireland; and 'perception risk' arising from ungrounded assumptions about the nature of the economy.
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"Bihouix has written lightly and warmly about a topic that could otherwise paralyse us in fear and despair," writes Mark Garavan.
'The potential of [new] technology for humankind can reasonably be set out,' writes Graham Barnes. 'But the objections of those with a counter narrative should also be addressed point by point, head on - in detail and in public.'
'A carbon dividend system is a win-win solution and can be a keystone of successful global fuel subsidy reform,' writes Feasta intern Mohammed Amassyali.
"While I'm impatient for change on a much deeper and broader level, it is heartening to see the beginning of limits to production on the near horizon," writes Feidhlim Harty, who is a member of the Waste Advisory Group to the Irish Department of the Environment.