Author Archives: Stephenhinton

Foundation attends third Sustainable Phosphorus Conference

The Foundation is proud to be attending this unique event that  brings together companies, stakeholders, regional and national authorities, innovation and researchers, to discuss phosphorus and nutrients sustainability [..]

Basic Income, Circular Economy, Events, Latest news

Baltic nations’ stewardship of Baltic falls short

Published to day by WWF, a report on the status of the Baltic Sea reveals  that the Baltic Sea coastal countries are failing to deliver on their commitments for a [..]

A functional economy encourages conservation, A new economic paradigm, Circular Economy, General

Urgent Environmental Fiscal Reform needed for fossil fuel and nitrogen

The topic of OECD policy discussions since the early 2000s,  EFR, Environmental Fiscal Reform – a shift in economic policies to incentivize businesses to stay within ecological boundaries [..]

Flexible emission fees, General, Latest news

Sverige ligger först i arbetet med SDG

Enligt en ny rapport från SDG Index ligger Sverige först när det gäller arbetet med SDG. För att lära dig mer om Sveriges arbete med SDG följ länken [..]

General, Milstolpe hållbarhetsreglering

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

Is the Environmental Fiscal Reform Newsletter for you?

Just a quick line to invite you to our Environmental Fiscal Reform Newsletter. It’s a specialized field, but interest in how to drive the circular economy with economic [..]


Comprehensive information package

This collection of documents is for those wishing to gain a comprehensive understanding of Flexible Fees. For More information please contact the Foundation.

A functional economy encourages conservation, Flexible emission fees, Sustainable development, The money system

Rapport ifrågasätter tillväxt (in Swedish)

Oscar Kjellberg skriver: Allt fler människor ifrågasätter oändlig ekonomisk tillväxt. Kan ekonomin växa i all evighet? Är det önskvärt? Finns det energi och andra naturresurser så det räcker? Vad händer [..]

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Lack of cheap energy will undermine economic growth – decoupling impossible

“Lack of cheap energy will undermine economic growth – decoupling is  impossible,” says  economic analyst and writer Nicole Foss. The whole debate on decoupling, energy effectiveness and energy [..]

A new economic paradigm, Natural resources and economy, The money system

TSSEF participates in Flexible Fee workshop with Nordic Council of Ministers

The Foundation was invited to participate in a workshop initiated by the Nordic Council of Ministers on flexible emissions fees at the Royal College of Technology, Stockholm the [..]

Flexible emission fees, Natural resources and economy, Sustainable development