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 [..]
REPORTED FROM VOX.COM. Harking back to old experiments in the 70s, this town in looking to try a negative income tax approach. Read the article here.
The city of Utrecht has partnered with the University of Utrecht for this experiment. Read more here http://www.futurism.com/links/view/a-dutch-city-will-start-experimenting-with-unconditional-basic-income-this-summer/
Stephen Hinton was invited to present how fiscal reform could drive a circular economy and help relieve the Baltic Sea of its nutrient burden. This is a longer [..]
There is some debate about the role of energy in the economy. Many economists say that it is demand that fuels economic growth. But Robert Ayres says otherwise. [..]
Title: Environmental Fiscal Reform: practical ways for market based instruments to address the obstacles preventing the circular economy Stephen Hinton is a member of the board of the [..]
This presentation from Stephen Hinton explains how financial instruments applied rigorously to just three potential pollutants could bring in the circular economy.
Some time ago, a group of scientists, dieticians and other concerned individuals got together to ask themselves if there was a diet that was optimum for health and [..]
Environmental Fiscal Reform (EFR) has been championed by the OECD since the beginning of this century and by among others the International Monetary Fund (see this link). EFR, [..]