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As part of our work to amplify the important work in the Wellbeing Economy movement, these WEAll Weekly Update blogs will share some of the latest and greatest updates from our membership and beyond. Please use the comment box to share any relevant updates from this week and keep the conversation going!

Weekly Reads

What we learned at the Stories for Life Virtual Gathering – Green Economy Coalition

“What do stories and story-telling have to do with the daunting challenges we face in the coming century? Turns out, quite a lot.”

10 Real-life Prototypes for a Common Good Economy

Our new publication shows 10 international prototypes that illustrate how transformative change can happen on different levels:”

Guest column: Time for Canadians to redefine economic success

“What if we set our gaze on building an economy that delivered for more people, did so on a healthy planet and measured it all in a way that actually means something to people?”

Pay Equity Analysis Is a Critical Step to Advancing Racial Equity in Corporate America

“Corporate America has an opportunity and a responsibility to end these inequitable cycles. It begins with performing an audit to identify where racial wage gaps exist, then being transparent to help drive accountability, and finally doing the work to close the gaps”

Half-Earth or Whole-Earth? Green or transformative recovery? Where are the voices from the Global South?

“To succeed we need the Global North to shed its remnant colonialism and to acknowledge the central role of the Global South, both in the specific arena of conservation and in the wider paradigms of planetary wellbeing”

Climate Litigation as Climate Activism: What Works?

“In this briefing we examine this wave of post-Paris legal mobilisation. We discuss the who, why, how and what for, of this new wave of activity that has not been quietened by increased multilevel commitments to take steps to manage the climate crisis.”

Five key dimensions of post-growth business: Putting the pieces together – Jennifer Hinton

“The intention of developing this five-dimensions framework is to offer a more coherent and concrete theoretical basis for ongoing discussions about which types of business are compatible, or incompatible, with post-growth pathways.”

Can we legitimately say something? – Rabia Abrar

“Since my day job revolves around promoting the creation of a Wellbeing Economy, I could legitimately say something about this situation [events in the Occupied Palestinian Territories] if I can show how it is relevant to that. Let’s see…”

The Importance of Resource Security for Poverty Eradication – Global Footprint Network

“72% of the world population live in countries faced with a precarious situation. These countries both (1) run a biological resource deficit (where demand for biological resources exceeds regeneration) and (2) generate less than world-average income, limiting their ability to purchase resources from elsewhere.”

Public Banks and COVID-19

“Five overarching and promising lessons stand out: public banks have the potential to respond rapidly; to fulfill their public purpose mandates; to act boldly; to mobilize their existing institutional capacity; and to build on ‘public-public’ solidarity. In short, public banks are helping us navigate the tidal wave of Covid-19 at the same time as private
lenders are turning away.”

WEAll Publication: Health and the Environment

WEAll Scotland Report: Business and a Wellbeing Economy

How to achieve a ‘health renaissance’ – Social Europe

“First and foremost, recognise the health-environment nexus as the core of planetary health and evolve from cost-benefit analysis to recognition of ‘co-benefits’”

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