On June 25, at this year's Basic Income Guarantee conference, Feasta's Mike Sandler and Brent Ranalli spoke about best practices in carbon pricing and how criticisms that are sometimes made of it can be addressed. (You'll need to register in order to watch the talk, but it's free.)
Mike Sandler explains the benefits of an alternative to 'gas tax holidays' which would put money in people’s pockets in the short term while laying the groundwork for a new type of economy that supports people.
Seán Ó Conláin speaks with ecologist Julien Carlier about his doctoral thesis on the ecological benefits of greenways and his current work on mapping High Nature Value farmland and forestry.
David Somekh and Caroline Whyte speak with Davie Philip about his experience with Communities of Practice and the role they can play in helping to bring about a wellbeing economy.
On May 12, Caroline Whyte gave an online talk for the Wellbeing Economy Alliance (as part of their WEAll Talks series) on 'the climate as a commons', discussing synergies between CapGlobalCarbon and commons thinking.
This online discussion - forming part of Irish National Biodiversity Week - was on broad economic measures (applying to the whole economy, rather than just the agricultural sector) which could make it easier for farmers to regenerate biodiversity on Irish farmland.