Grabación de la jornada organizada por REVO en colaboración con WEAll Iberia Hub, sobre algunas iniciativas que se proponen entre diferentes colectivos y administraciones europeas para abordar los problemas climáticos, ambientales y sociales que ponen en peligro nuestra propia civilización.
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This new paper, launched at the end of COP27, was led by Swedish circular economy expert Malin Leth. The paper describes the irony of how we have generated a highly materialistic culture that does not seem able to actually value materials and proposes a framework for us to shift the current path, the 5Rs: Refusing, Reducing, Reusing, […]
Today Aotearoa New Zealand published its first national wellbeing report – Te Tai Waiora – an independent big-picture stocktake into the state of wellbeing in New Zealand, produced by the Treasury.
by Margreet Frieling, Knowledge Co-Lead at WEAll Margreet has fifteen years of experience working in the public sector internationally, including for the OECD, the New Zealand Ministries for the Environment, Social Development, Education, and Finance and the Dutch Ministry of Health & Wellbeing. Australian Treasurer Jim Chalmers is joining the global movement towards a wellbeing […]
by Kate Pickett Kate is co-author, with Richard Wilkinson, of The Inner Level: How More Equal SocietiesReduce Stress, Restore Sanity and Improve Everyone’s Well-Being.Website: www.wilkinsonpickett.com We seem to be reeling from crisis to crisis these days – the global financial crisis of 2008 has been followed by the cost of living crisis, the climate crisis […]
by Lisa Hough-Stewart In March 2021, WEAll published our Policy Design Guide. This Guide was co-created with over 70 WEAll members, and aims to support visionary policy makers to build just and sustainable economies for people and the planet. Since then, WEAll hubs in California, Canada, New Zealand and Scotland have been working with community […]
by Simon Ticehurst Movements and Advocacy Lead at WEAll “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. The first time I attended a multilateral event was at the beach resort of Cancun, when I was with Oxfam at the WTO Summit, in September 2003. Coldplay, who were championing […]
This talk outlines two transdisciplinary natural experiments, in two deprived urban areas of Manchester and London (UK). Both projects involve working with local communities to “measure what we treasure” and go beyond traditional measures. The first involved a new £4 million co-designed ‘sponge’ park in a flood-risk area, at the end of a housing-led regeneration […]
by Suzan Joy of the Wellbeing Economy Alliance East Africa Agriculture is a major driver of African economies, typically representing 30-40% of GDP and 65-70% of labor force. Smallholder farmers still control the largest areas for production, most of whom practice mixed farming. They employ 70% of the workforce and are home to most of […]
Since September 2021, four WEAll hubs in California, Canada, New Zealand and Scotland have been piloting the Wellbeing Economy Policy Design process in partnership with local communities and local government. The pilot phase of their work to transform policymaking is coming to an end – but this is a long-term, complex work that will continue […]
Written by: Alden Lai, Amanda Janoo, Jennifer Wallace, Jon Hall, and Tim Lomas, Over the past 20 years there have been increasing calls to shift from the dominant paradigms in economics and public policy that prioritise economic growth to a new conceptual framework of progress that centres on our people and planet’s quality of life. […]