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Wellbeing Economics isn’t a question of left and right
Blog by Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir, WEAll Ambassador and Professor of Sustainability Science at the University of Iceland June 2, 2020 A
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Major new book on wellbeing economics published
“Sustainable Wellbeing Futures: A Research and Action Agenda for Ecological Economics” is an important new book laying out an alternative approach
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WEAll Scotland joins call for just and green recovery
WEAll Scotland has joined over 70 other Scottish organisations calling on First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the government to commit
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How can the UK build back better after covid? Expert panel discussion with MPs
Reposted from CUSP website WEAll member CUSP (Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity) recently hosted an event for British policy makers
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Women in power: countries with female leaders suffer six times fewer Covid deaths and will recover sooner from recession
Reposted from Open Democracy By Luca Coscieme, Katherine Trebeck and Lorenzo Fioramonte The Covid crisis seems to confirm what policy
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“The time of a wellbeing economy has well and truly arrived”: Scottish Cabinet Secretary
Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs Fiona Hyslop declared in Parliament yesterday that “the time of a
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BBC airs in-depth radio feature on wellbeing economics
BBC Radio Scotland has aired an in-depth feature exploring wellbeing economics, community wealth building and how Scotland can build back
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Build Back Better: A poem by Lois Cameron
Lois Cameron was one of over 200 people who attended a recent joint event organised by the RSA and WEAll,
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WEAll leaders appointed to key Scottish economic advisory panels
Today, two members of the WEAll Scotland team have been appointed to influential economic advisory roles in Scotland. Dr Katherine
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