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Wellbeing Economy on the agenda at UK Parliament: successful APPG on Limits to growth
WEAll was honoured to be part of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Limits to Growth at the UK
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Exploring ecological economics: positive futures, and work
A pioneering new book “Sustainable Wellbeing Futures: A Research and Action Agenda for Ecological Economics” is soon to be published, outlining the
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Wellbeing should be part of G20 priorities – major new report
A new report from the Global Solutions Initiative strongly urges G20 countries to assess wellbeing and environmental metrics alongside GDP.
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Youth summer school seeks applications for pro-social leadership training
Are you a young person who wants to play a leading role in solving the problems of the 21st century?
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How can makerspaces help build climate change resilience?
By Isabel Nuesse and Robert Wanalo What are we going to do when weather patterns change and communities that depended
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What is ecological economics and why do we need it now more than ever?
Ecological economics can help create the future that most people want – a future that is prosperous, just, equitable and
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How can maker spaces boost sustainability and help build a wellbeing economy?
By Isabel Nuesse and Robert Wanalo Makerspaces have the potential to transform local communities by solving local challenges using global
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A growing sense of inequity is undermining trust – Edelman 2020 barometer
The Edelman Trust Barometer has been measuring public trust in institutions for over 20 years. Its new 2020 report reveals
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A wellbeing economy for Scotland: new WEAll Ideas paper by Katherine Trebeck
WEAll Advocacy and Influencing lead Katherine Trebeck was recently invited to be a featured guest speaker at the latest session
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