Brian Davey and Tim Watkins talk about the proposed "Great Reset" and why it is unlikely to happen. Instead, they argue, energy and resource shortages are likely to result in a very different post-pandemic economy.
"Governments and banks must get used to the outrageous idea that they should take a position on the Quality of money / credit that they issue," argues Graham Barnes.
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.
In the first of our 2021 podcast series 'Bridging the Gaps', Mark Garavan talks about the reasons behind the anger that so many people are feeling at the moment and suggests ways to build a more positive narrative about the future.
FEASTA encourages policymakers and activists to take the opportunity, as the US re-engages with the Paris Climate Agreement, to include a science-based, equity-based, and people-based method of achieving the 1.5 degree goal: CapGlobalCarbon.
In what ways might a contracting economy bring about a massive redistribution of wealth, and which of these ways would be preferable? Tim Watkins and Brian Davey discuss this and many other topics in their exploration of the relationship between energy and inflation in the modern economy, and the risk from economic models which fail to account for declining energy.