Workshops

Feasta workshop in Kerry

Date and Time: 9th-12-September 2008
Venue: Rossbeigh, Co.Kerry, Ireland

This 3-day residential workshop’s purpose is to explore the application of Stafford Beer’s Viable Systems Model to the ‘wicked problem’ of responding to climate change, including Feasta’s proposal for global citizens to establish a Global Climate Trust.

The workshop will be facilitated by Angela Espinosa and Jon Walker.

If you are interested, please contact John Jopling at johnj [at] thevillage.ie and he will give you more details. We will share the out-of-pocket costs. …

Cap and Share Stakeholder Workshop

The Morgan, 10 Fleet St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Wednesday 27th August 2008

Programme:

10.50:

Registration and coffee

11.00:

Welcome from Professor Frank Convery

11.10:

Presentation from Mark Johnson (AEA Energy and Environment)

11.30:

Presentation from Cambridge Econometrics project team

11.50:

Questions and answers on project presentation

12.00:

Panel discussion

Panel members:

David Browne (Department of Transport)

Kelley Ann Kizzier (EPA)

Richard Douthwaite (FEASTA)

Seamus Boland (Irish Rural Link)

12.30:

Working lunch, open forum and questions and answers

13.45:

Close

About the Cap and Share Project

In December 2007, Comhar Sustainable Development Council commissioned a major piece of research into …

Cap and Share – Evening meeting for Feasta members in Dublin

Feasta held three events in Dublin on Wednesday, June 25th to launch two new Cap and Share documents.

The first event was a lunch-time meeting with the Stop Climate Chaos coalition, to which Feasta belongs, to try to persuade them that the best way for the SCC to achieve its aim of having the government put a price on carbon this year is for the SCC to demand that the adoption of Cap and Share be announced in the December budget. The second meeting in the afternoon was a briefing for TDs and senators in Leinster House.

The third event …

Workshop on Community Currencies – John Rogers.

Date: Friday, December 1st 2006.
Venue: 24, Northbrook Road, Dublin 6
John is project co-ordinator of the Welsh Institute for Community Currencies . The event was held by the Feasta money group in conjunction with the Partners (Training for Transformation) organisation at 24, Northbrook Road, Dublin 6. It was intended for people from community groups interested in finding out what starting a community currency might enable them to achieve.…