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Economic growth has decoupled from wellbeing: To save the planet, we need to refocus our politics – guest blog by
It used to be the case that focusing government efforts to growing the Gross Domestic Product made perfect sense. Post-WWII
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Australia’s bushfires are a wake-up call: we must build a more humane economy before it’s too late
Reposted from OpenDemocracy  By Katherine Trebeck Back in the 1800s, scholars in the field of economics cast an envious glance at their
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Wellbeing starts with “we” – guest blog on building a wellbeing economy in Santa Monica by Juliana Essen
“Wellbeing Starts with We” A California City Creates Community at its Inaugural Wellbeing Summit By Juliana Essen   On November
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How to support Fridays for Future?
Elizabeth Dirth, a member of the WEAll Research Fellow’s Network, has recently released two extensive reports offering solutions for both
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DOTS Conference Recap Nakuru, Kenya
By Isabel Nuesse: WEAll Engagement and Content Lead  Open technology builds a strong case for the practicality of building a
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WEAll Scotland 2019 Achievements and Highlight
It is the end of the year and we are sharing the first yearly round-up of our activites here at
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A Wellbeing Economy: An Alternative to our Current Model?
REPOST FROM CHRISTIAN AID: By: Úna Bartley Back in the late eighties, Christmas for me, meant extra shifts at WH
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5b. Unusual Rigging: prolonging life
Unusual Rigging (Unusual) began their circular journey around five years ago. Embedding of the principles of the circular economy in
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5a. Products and services for people and planet
Currently, about 2.01 billion metric tons of waste are produced annually worldwide and only a fraction of that is recycled
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