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Viable Economy Launch

Steady State Manchester launched the Viable Economy pamphlet on 9 December 2014 at the Methodist Hall. Some thirty people came together to discuss and debate the contents of the Viable Economy and what people needed to do in order to … Continue reading

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“The Viable Economy” launches today

We are launching The Viable Economy today, Tuesday 9th December, 7-9pm at Central Hall, Oldham Street, Manchester. Book your free place HERE. More details of launch at the end of this post. Copies will be on sale there, or you … Continue reading

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We publish “The Viable Economy”

Today we publish “The Viable Economy”, a pamphlet for everyone concerned about the dangers we face from the current unviable economic system and who would like to explore an approach that integrates economic, social and ecological well-being. It suggests a … Continue reading

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Steady State Manchester at Manchester Policy Week

I was one of the panel for a question time session on “An Economy for All” on day five of University of Manchester’s Policy Week, organised in conjunction with CLES and chaired by CLES Chief Executive, Neil McInroy (1). Each … Continue reading

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Greater Manchester still needs to join up its policies – for a Viable Economy.

The focus of GM policy is driven by economic development and growth, with comparatively less emphasis on environmental or social considerations, or at least, less integration between them. In particular, there is less policy emphasis placed on social inclusion, equality … Continue reading

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Wangari Maathai day events in Manchester

Dates for your diary March 2013 Thursday 7th March 2013: First Wangari Maathai* Day Wangari Maathai, was the first environmentalist and African woman to get a Nobel Peace Prize and founder of the Kenyan Green Belt Movement. The Green Belt … Continue reading

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New video from The RSA on Doughnut Economics | Doughnut Economics

http://oxfamblogs.org/doughnut/rethinking-economic-growth/new-video-from-the-rsa-on-doughnut-economics?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+DoughnutEconomics+%28Doughnut+Economics%29 Really useful video that sets out the argument about growth in the context of both socioeconomic justice and ecological constraints.

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Our first reports published: “In Place of Growth” and “Living Well”

Steady State #Manchester is pleased to present its first two reports, In Place of Growth and Living Well.  We have a launch event on 20 November details here.  Both are published here in .pdf format.  We can supply other versions … Continue reading

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