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Katherine Trebeck
Knowledge & Policy for Critically-optimistic-political-economist eyes on a more humane economy. Pluviophile. Reportedly dubious music taste
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WEAll 24h
As a part of the blog series- check out and 's second post: "On Making Ourselves at Home"
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Martin Johnstone Jul 18
Reading from & , I am struck again & again how our preoccupation with is so destructive and damaging on so many levels. We need an that is better not one that is bigger.
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Research & Degrowth Jul 18
Prof , is neither possible nor desirable. Could you substantiate your argument? 1) Decoupling debunked 2) Is Green Growth Possible? 3) A good life for all within planetary boundaries:
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openDemocracy Jul 17
Ian Gough's latest book, 'Heat, Greed, and Human Need' - puts the attainment of human needs in the context of the climate crisis. "This is a long overdue review of a book that could not be more important," writes Katherine Trebeck for
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Policy Press Jul 17
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ourEconomy Jul 17
‘Heat, Greed and Human Need' is required reading for anyone who wants to understand the enormity of the task at hand, writes
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Katherine Trebeck Jul 16
"frankness & positioning of human need delivery in context of a planet burning up before our eyes make this book required reading to u/stand enormity of task at hand & be reminded of what purpose of econ sd be": my review of Ian Gough's book
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Katherine Trebeck Jul 16
Berlin we're very excited to chat about building a with you tomorrow!!! More the merrier
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Katherine Trebeck Jul 16
"Australia has just experienced its hottest summer and a succession of extreme weather events. Now one traditionally improbable group is increasingly calling for action: farmers"
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WEAll Jul 16
Event Alert! On July 17th in Berlin, Germany "Better, not more – an economy based on wellbeing" hosted by
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WEAll Jul 15
Have you read yet? Authors and have done a blog series discussing major themes of the book. Blog 1 is here: "What is Arrival?"
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Katherine Trebeck Jul 15
Was sooooooo happy to be part of such a wonderful gathering. x
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reimagininghealth Jul 15
Do not miss the final part of with the extraordinary as she talks about an economy of Full of hope!
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WEAll Jul 15
Event Alert! Don't miss this two day event starting July 16 hosted by @StirTheAction festival in Frome, UK.
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WEAll Jul 15
"A wellbeing economy can be achieved by reorienting goals and expectations for business, politics and society." - Optimistic piece by published by the
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Katherine Trebeck Jul 15
.'s summarises last week's debate at about the need for an economy for a not just . Exciting to see our work and that of our member cited
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Lisa Hough-Stewart Jul 15
Thanks to for powerful speech in UK parliament about the purpose of the economy, citing the work of members including and Good to see cross-party recognition of need to go
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Katherine Trebeck Jul 14
Just when you thought/hoped it couldn't get any worse, this: "Trump tells Ocasio-Cortez and other female progressives to 'go back' to 'original' countries" Read right to the end...
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Katherine Trebeck Jul 14
A spot of in the Scottish sun. Ah Scotland, you've served up a stellar Sunday, so you have
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Katherine Trebeck Jul 14
"all not well w growth [seen in] proliferation of diff types: green growth, climate-friendly, inclusive, smart, shared, pro-poor, sustainable growth..growth seldom green, climate-friendly, inclusive, smart, shared, pro-poor, or sustainable" Peter Victor in 
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