Economics of the Future

Re-branding the future: Start Spreading the News (by Chris Nolan)

by TGFP member Chris Nolan, film maker and producer Also available on Medium and Gerd’s blog. In 1975, New York was a crime-ridden nearly bankrupt metropolis with garbage piling up on sidewalks.  It certainly wasn’t a tourist destination but more akin to the dark dystopian Gotham City that inspired the Batman movies. In a last-ditch effort to avoid bankruptcy, […]

Good Future Female Members & Supporters Meeting Summary – 12-12-22

Hi there fellow Good Future Females! We are so glad to have held our first Good Future Females meeting! Here is a summary of the key points that we discussed. Key themes: As women, we care very deeply about people, about communities, societies and the future generations. Education was the core topic of our discussion. […]

The Oil Machine: Can We Break Our Addiction to Oil?

Oil has been an invisible machine at the core of our economy and society. It now faces an uncertain future as activists and investors demand change. Is this the end of oil? By highlighting the complexities of how oil is embedded in our society – from high finance to cheap consumer goods – The Oil […]

Climate Change from A to Z

“Climate change is not only a threat, it is above all an opportunity to create a healthier, greener, and cleaner planet which will benefit all of us,” she began. “We must seize this opportunity—we can achieve a win-win in both ecological conservation and high-quality development. . . . We need to walk the talk; if […]

Taxing frequent flyers

“The richest 20 percent of people worldwide take 80 percent of the flights, according to estimates by the International Council on Clean Transportation, a nonprofit think tank. The top 2 percent of frequent fliers take about 40 percent of the flights.”   The target to reach “net zero” emissions — a point in which air […]

Deglobalization Is a Climate Threat | by Raghuram G. Rajan – Project Syndicate

Globalization may have fallen out of favor in recent years, but preserving it is an environmental imperative. Effective, coordinated responses to climate change are being set back by the shrinkage of cross-border trade and investment flows, and by the accompanying rise of isolated regional trading blocs.

Yeah, We’re Gonna Need to Leave That Shit in the Ground

A new report from climate research organization Oil Change International has found that almost half of the fossil fuels that could come out of existing coal mines and oil and gas fields need to stay untouched, if we’re going to stop warming at less than 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. Oil Change International researchers […]

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