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WEAll is recruiting – three exciting new freelance posts open for applications now
The Wellbeing Economy Alliance is recruiting for three exciting new freelance opportunities. Click on the titles to download a PDF
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Economists for Future – blog by Sam Butler-Sloss
By Sam Butler-Sloss, Co-Lead of WEAll Youth Scotland and Organiser at Economists for Future I got involved in the Wellbeing
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Bringing back the drinking fountain.
What? In October 2018, Top up Taps – public drinking fountains – are rolled out across Scotland 10 taps are
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4b. Maroma: Embedded in the community
Maroma was founded in the late 1970s by Paul Pinthon and Laura Reddy and is now a multi-million dollar business
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4a. The unseen potential of community
  “If people feel they cannot be seen by anyone else it brings out the worst in them. If they
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Green-powered parks: Scotland leads the way
  What? Saughton Park, City of Edinburgh Council, is the UK’s first green-powered or low-carbon park. The park utilises the
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Nature’s Solutions to the World Environment Crisis – guest blog by Simon M Lamb
What do we want? To save the world! When do we want it? Now! How are we going to do
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Food systems in a wellbeing economy: new talk by Katherine Trebeck
WEAll’s Katherine Trebeck recently gave the evening keynote lecture at the Nourish Scotland conference in Edinburgh. This new talk takes
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3b. Lancor: Leading from the bottom up
Lancor is a cooperative with 89 employees and 76 years of history. The company started off as a family business
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