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Tag Archives: well-being
What has an arts festival to do with a viable future?
Introduction by Carolyn Kagan Steady State Manchester’s keystone Viable Economy and Society points the way forward for a way of living that is environmentally, socially and economically viable. It points to a possible future where human flourishing is the focus … Continue reading
Posted in analysis, community, Viable Economy Tagged Arts, Arts Festival, Chorlton, community, Manchester, participation, Viable Economy and Society, Viable Future, well-being Leave a comment
There must be some way out of here: policies, politics and possibilities in the pancrisis.
There must be some way out of here: policies, politics and possibilities in the pancrisis. by Mark H Burton This article was commissioned by the online journal 15/15\15 Revista para una nueva civilización. The article appears there in Spanish translation … Continue reading
Posted in analysis, explainers, theory Tagged 15-15-15, APPG, build back better, capitalism, climate change, Covid-19, equitable frugality, limits to growth, Mark Burton, pancrisis, well-being 2 Comments
Does housing financialisation deliver a Viable Economy for Greater Manchester?
Does housing financialisation deliver a Viable Economy for Greater Manchester? By James Scott Vandeventer, Steady State Manchester originally published by Greater Manchester Housing Action, 6 May, 2018. Manchester’s skyline is changing. Fast. While the dominant narrative is that dozens of … Continue reading
Why do people move? Implications for a Viable Economy.
Why do people move, or not move? What impacts does moving have on places that people move to? What about the impacts on places that people have left behind? These were some of the questions we discussed at Steady State … Continue reading
Posted in community, international, Viable Economy Tagged café conversations, city region, community, GMSF, migration, mobility, Spatial Framework, viable economy, well-being 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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