Feasta intern Elsa Cuenca-Rubio writes that "although California climate policies have good intentions, to be truly sustainable, they need to support minority and disproportionately impacted communities, while also combating climate change."
Feasta is joining with Equal Right and five other NGOs on three continents to launch this initiative for a fair and global fossil fuel phase-out.
Katy Wiese and Jan Mayrhofer spoke with Caroline Whyte about the need to escape the 'jobs and growth treadmill', and the implications for European policy.
In June, a group of 35 Friday for Future youth climate activists, many of them from MAPA countries, attended the intercessional UN climate conference in Bonn. Feasta delegates Jessica Dunne and Marina Guião write about their experience.
"What does it mean to say we need a complete overhaul, or the end of capitalism? Is it an impossible utopia?" asks Mike Sandler.
In 2022 we explored opportunities for ending GDP growth dependency in the economy. Work areas included climate change, the monetary system, inequality, ecosystems and agriculture, with a focus on mental health and democracy.