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Tag Archives: events
News about the Manchester Degrowth and Ecological Economics Conference, 5th – 8th JULY 2021
Building Alternative Livelihoods in times of ecological and political crisis The International Online Joint Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics and the European Society for Ecological Economics, the international degrowth research networks and Steady State Manchester, hosted by … Continue reading
Does ecological sustainability mean the end of growth and capitalism?
On Sunday 4th November, people from Manchester and beyond packed a lecture theatre at the University of Manchester to hear a debate titled “Is Capitalism Unsustainable?”, organised by the University’s Political Economy Centre. The speakers were local climate scientist Kevin … Continue reading
Posted in Climate Change, degrowth, event reports Tagged capitalism, climate change, degrowth, economic growth, events, green growth, Peter Somerville 1 Comment
Community wealth building: resources for a new dawn or for a better collapse?
This post has also been published as “Launch: Community Wealth Building” on the Stir to Action blog. I attended a launch event for the new issue of Stir magazine. In case you don’t know it, Stir is a great source for thinking and … Continue reading
Moving on up? An open discussion on global-local issues.
Global and local. Tuesday 7th November from 6.30pm to 8.30pm Methodist Central Hall, Oldham St., Manchester, M1 1JQ please book by emailing us through this link There is a growing social divide by income and geography, an ever-widening wealth gap … Continue reading
Posted in events, Greater Manchester, international Tagged café conversations, community, events, Global South, radical localisation, solidarity Leave a comment
Well-Being and the Viable Economy
A report on our café conversation on Well-Being and the Viable Economy: Monday 23 May. We had vibrant (and noisy) discussions about well-being and the viable economy at the latest of our Steady State Manchester conversations. We used Ketso (www.ketso.com) … Continue reading
Posted in event reports, Living Well, Viable Economy Tagged café conversations, Carolyn Kagan, community, events, Ketso, policy, viable economy, well-being Leave a comment
Building a picture of well-being in a viable economy
Our next cafe conversation will be on Monday 23rd May, at Cross Street Chapel, Manchester M2 1NL. 6.30-8.30pm Book now When it comes to happiness, social progress or well-being indexes, we are not in the top … Continue reading
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Amazing cafe conversations!
This blog tells you about our next cafe conversation and gives feedback on our last one ‘Let’s talk about the future of work and income’ held in March. The next one is on the EU Referendum. It is … Continue reading
Posted in economics, event reports, events, news Tagged basic income, Brexit, café conversations, citizens income, EU Referendum, Europe, events, future of work, Living Wage Leave a comment
Join our conversation about work and income
Monday 21st March at Cross St Chapel from 6.30-8.30pm Continue reading
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