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New economic stories are needed to unblock the political embrace of rapid transition – by Katherine Trebeck and Jeremy Williams
This blog was first published by Rapid Transition Alliance The breakdown of the climate will only be averted by rapid
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Take part in a dialogue on pluralist economics education
Guest blog by Henry Leveson-Gower, Promoting Economic Pluralism As a follow-up to our blog for WEAll from last December, we
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Still raging against the economy? – by Katherine Trebeck and Jeremy Williams for Open Democracy
This blog was first published by Open Democracy In 1890 the political economist Jean Charles de Sismondi – whose work
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When humanity determines economics, rather than the other way around – by Katherine Trebeck and Jeremy Williams for SDG Transformations
This blog was first published by SDG Transformations Forum Politics and the art of living together Ours is a world where:
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Telling the wellbeing economy story in the media
This week, as the World Economic Forum gets underway in Davos, Oxfam has unveiled its latest report on the global
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Latest update on ‘Wellbeing Economies: The Film’ – from Korea
Film-makers Martin, Nick and Kim are creating a film with the working title ‘Wellbeing Economies’ featuring Katherine Trebeck and Lorenzo
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WEAll Youth’s Helene featured on ‘Ordinary People, Extraordinary Things’ podcast
WEAll Youth co-founder Helene Schnelle recently appeared on the Ordinary People, Extraordinary Things podcast. Listen here!   Helene is a
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Long BBC Radio Scotland interview on wellbeing economy issues
On Sunday, 13 January 2019, WEAll Knowledge and Policy lead Dr. Katherine Trebeck was interviewed for a long-form segment on
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£10m Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity announced at University of York
WEAll members and Ambassadors are involved with a major new research centre at the University of York. The below article
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