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WEAll Citizens Offers and Needs markets – what will you barter?
What are you willing to teach others in the WeALL network? We all have amazing things to offer the wellbeing
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Why governments should prioritise wellbeing – TED talk by Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s First Minister
First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon delivered a TED Talk on why governments should prioritise wellbeing in their approaches to
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Celebrating a year of progress with WEAll members
On the one year anniversary of WEAll’s first member gathering – which took place in Malaga, Spain, last summer –
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Who should the EU hire? Corporate Europe campaign
This content is reposted from Corporate Europe  “In preparation for the complicated process of hiring 27 new EU Commissioners, Corporate
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WEAll Scotland seeking two volunteers
Wellbeing Economy Alliance (Scotland) – Volunteer recruitment The Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEAll) is a new global collaboration of organisations, alliances,
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Zero Carbon Sooner – new CUSP working paper makes case for an early zero carbon target for the UK
The Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) has published a new working paper making the case for an
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Guest blog: Is it time for a Global Planetary Authority? – by Angus Forbes
This is the first in a series of guest blogs, exploring a range of new ideas for how we can
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‘Local is our Future’ – new book showcases real-world examples demonstrating that another economy is already in the making
  WEAll member Local Futures has launched their founder Helena Norberg-Hodge’s new book, Local is Our Future.  They explain the
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‘Decoupling debunked’ in new report from European Environmental Bureau
Is economic growth compatible with ecological sustainability? A new report from WEAll member the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) shows that
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