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Category Archives: A functional economy encourages conservation
In the run-up to the climate talks in Paris, November 2015, the world economy seems to have hit a predicament: restricting fossil fuel burning at a time when [..]
Stephen Hinton form the Foundation was invited to address the Baltic Sea Action group on the opportunities to drive the circular economy using fiscal instruments. The main thread [..]
An article newly published in the New Statesman points out something that is clear to economists: a national economy is not the same as a household economy. Politicians [..]
This video explains the monetary system in simple terms. It demonstrates how to use points in the system to control its overall functioning. It shows how it is [..]
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Economics of the Ocean Conference will hear how TSSEF’s flexible pollutant fee mechanism can save phosphorus
2013-12-03 00:11 CET Can we save our oceans? Should we put a price on polluting our oceans? How? These are some of the questions to be raised at [..]
The Foundation recently embarked upon a project to map the flow of phosphorus from the shoreline of [..]
This collection of documents is for those wishing to gain a comprehensive understanding of Flexible Fees. For More information please contact the Foundation.
Professor Peter Victor explores degrowth. Actually, if you divide work, tax carbon and redistribute fees to the people we all end up better. All 8 billion. Excellent work [..]
A recent report from The Nordic Council of Ministers ( title: Flexible emission fees – An incentive for driving sustainable production and consumption) is optimistic that growth and environmental [..]