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Republicans mirror Swedish approach in proposing Carbon Dividends

PRESS RELEASE Stockholm 2017 03 01 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A group of prominent Republicans last week released their proposal for a Carbon Dividend – a fee on fossil [..]

Latest news, PRESS

The Baltic: a dying sea on the doorstep of industrial giants

At a Stockholm seminar on the 18th January held by the Baltic Works Commission, scientists, government officials and NGOs came together to discuss the dying briny depths on [..]

General, Latest news

(Swedish) Seminar Östersjön om 20 år 18 januari 2017 Stockholm

Fokus: Övergödning genom internläckage i Ösersjön Arrangör: KTH och Baltic Works Commission Tid: 18 januari 2017 Plats: Stockholm City Conference Centre, Norra Latin, Drottninggatan 71B, Stockholm Östersjön står [..]

Events, Latest news, På svenska

Help to write the Manifesto for the New Economy

From now until the NESI Global Forum “New Economy and Social Innovation”, to be held on 19-22 April in Málaga (Spain)  co-creation of the first Manifesto for a [..]

A new economic paradigm, General, Latest news

Environmental Fiscal Reform NEWS October 2017 Volume 2. Issue 1

Environmental Fiscal Reform in Sweden Special Edition:  Scrabbling to take the lead in defossilization, Sweden released ambitious plans to be fossil neutral 2030.Flagship Ericsson sheds employees and factories [..]

EFR Newsletter, Latest news

Economics of Happiness

LONDON 14th September. Invest in Peace co-founder Stephen Hinton will be joining Helena Norberg-Hodge in London at the Initiatives of Change conference on the Economics of Happiness.

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Where to invest and where to find the money to save the Baltic?

The Foundation, as a member of the Baltic Works Commission, is concerned that the debate over how to invest in restoring the Baltic is being confused by WWF. [..]

Circular Economy, General, Green economy viewpoint, Latest news, Natural resources and economy

Did we save the environment AND the economy? Simulation results.

Stockholm 22 October, 2015: A group of about 15 economics and environmentally-engaged professionals met to participate in the Foundation’s first public simulation of dividend-bearing pollutant fees. The idea is [..]

Circular Economy, Flexible emission fees, General, Latest news

Foundation representative joins Baltic Works Commission

Starting with its first meeting in December, the new Baltic Works Commission will work in a cross- disciplinary way to address the problem of eutrophication in the Baltic. [..]

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An energy descent framework for COP21 in Paris

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 [..]

A functional economy encourages conservation, Energy and Economy, Flexible emission fees, General, Green economy viewpoint, Latest news