Violated Earth – Violent Earth: Revisiting causes and effects of humans’ misdemeanor and nature’s power
Significant discrepancies between Irish peoples’ overall well-being and Irish GDP levels during the period 2000-2014, according to new study published by Feasta and FEST
Sustainable Management of Risk – How can we deal with risk reasonably and responsibly?
IESP Workshop , GIZ Feldafing, April 14-16, 2016
Thoughts and Reflections
Position Statement by Willi Kiefel, Tuam, Ireland
I prioritise these as follows: health, social and family relationship, financial situation,
I would reflect on any serious situation and would then discuss these with my family and friends, seek advice, Perhaps I might also seek advice from “wise” people within my network of friends and acquaintances.
The next level of risk would be at the level of local communities, county and state.
For example if there is a new development announced in our area- how high will noise pollution …
Help support environmental education in Cameroon
Long-time Feasta member Mike Thomas has launched a Crowdfunding project to establish environmental education programmes in 5 schools in the northwest region of Cameroon. Children will learn organic farming techniques and the schools will also be able to earn an income. Mike would be very pleased if you could find time to look at his striking campaign website. Even if you feel unable to support the project he would welcome your comments and any suggestions for improvement. He would also be very grateful if you could distribute the project on your own social network.…
European Health Futures Forum Webinar: Perspectives on Transforming Education and Healthcare
Sean Conlan has organised a second webinar on transforming education and healthcare which is open to all by invitation. It will take place on Friday 28 February 2014. If you’re interested please register here. A Youtube video of the event will be available to watch after it takes place. …