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In trying to explain belief economics, I was reminded of a seasonal story: the tale of the utterly brilliant economists of Easter Island. Despite the historical inaccuracies, it nonetheless makes a startling case. Belief Economics is the study of why … Continue reading
In a recent article published in the Guardian, L Hunter Lovins describes how a new narrative might be emerging about the economy. http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2014/oct/10/challenge-narrative-possessions-equal-prosperity In the rich world we are realising that we don’t need possessions to achieve prosperity, happiness and … Continue reading
I think I have written this point various times before. Here it is in pictures.
Sometimes we are disappointed in the lack of leadership on climate matters by political leaders. The former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan talked of that lack of leadership on climate change as “inexcusable” and “shocking”. He was referring to the leaders … Continue reading