"First fossil fuels and now meat; maybe it’s just a coincidence that these cyberattacks targeted two of the most climate destructive industries," writes Mike Sandler, who goes on to make a proposal for reducing meat consumption in an equitable way.
'We as a society must restrict the sales of fossil fuels over time to slow climate change. An equitable “shares” system to ease the transition could help in short term dislocations like the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack as well,' argues Mike Sandler.
We were terribly sad to learn of the recent death, after a short illness, of Patrick Noble, a long-time Feasta member and frequent contributor to the Feasta website. Patrick’s stimulating and provocative writing made extensive use of direct references and allusions to history and the arts, which gave it a vast richness.
Examining the historical roots of psychiatry, Brian Davey and Tim Watkins question whether a collapsing economy may lead to widespread blaming, scapegoating and maltreatment of victims.
Argentinian economist and Wellbeing Economy Alliance member Mariana Mirabile talks with Caroline Whyte and Seán Ó'Conláin about the problematic assumptions in neoclassical economics and the need for a systems-based analytic framework.
Brian Davey and Tim Watkins explore the reasons behind Nottingham's grave economic difficulties and argue that many other cities in industrialised countries are facing similar challenges.