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- Book review: Degrowth as a desirable and possible future 12 September, 2022
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- Save Greater Manchester’s Greenbelt (SGMGB) awarded the Viable Future Mark 8 August, 2022
- Viable Future Mark: the first five awards 29 July, 2022
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Tag Archives: community resilience
Next cafe conversation about community businesses and a brief report from our AGM… Wednesday 17th May 6.30-8pm Lounge at Manchester Methodist Hall Central Buildings, Oldham St, Manchester M1 1JQ There are many types of community businessess including shops, farms, pubs or … Continue reading
Here we begin a serialisation of out report, Policies for the City Region. This installment explains what we are trying to do, and the essentials of our Viable Economy approach. It also gives a preview of what will follow. But … Continue reading
Click for the pdf version of this post. Where are we most likely to find models for a viable economy? We recently discovered there are more answers than we realised without looking very far. There is a strong economic case … Continue reading