"This is a rare chance for systemic change," writes Mike Sandler. "Will we be able to achieve systemic solutions instead of half measures or symbolic but meaningless “show” achievements that do not help people in tangible ways?"
"If I were given a book on economics, I think I would put it aside as being too boring a subject, but the author actually makes the subject interesting," writes Maire McKay.
"As societies transition into reopening different sectors, there are massive considerations to take into account. I want to emphasize the importance of using an intersectional lens whilst devising solutions," writes Feasta intern Nadia Hansen.
“A suspicion of elite agendas seems to me to be wholly reasonable," writes Brian Davey. "Rather than knock conspiracy theorists, the purpose of this essay is see where they are likely to go wrong and why they may go wrong.”
"Whilst doing research on Direct Provision, I’ve come to realize just how vulnerable the children in this program are," writes Feasta intern Nadia Hansen.
Feidhlim Harty, Feasta's representative on this group, was encouraged by widespread acceptance by the organisers and participants of the importance of the circular economy and the ecological improvements that it promises. However, he also felt that there was insufficient realisation that we simply cannot build a circular economy on a foundation of fossil fuels.