Tragedy of Growth

Tragedy of Growth report on the case for alternative to GDP as the measure used by governments to guide public policy.

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Think Local Act Personal

Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) has a directory of innovations in community-centred support that are working differently. This list more than 15 organisations providing person-centred care and support in the […]

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Time Credits

Tempo is a network of time banks, local groups organising mutual support. Their new platform, is a place to share ways of helping others and stay connected with your […]

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School of System Change

School of Systems Change has a content hub for all articles, analysis, tools, insights and systemic approaches related to COVID-19. Read more

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RSA 21st Century Enlightenment

RSA hosts online talks, blogs and projects to “Build Bridges to the Future” that is more resilient. Read more Attend Events

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Positive Money

Campaigns for a money and banking system that enables a fair, democratic, and sustainable economy. Read more

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NCVO have a lot of information to help charities and voluntary organisation with the covid-19 virus. Read more

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NESTA have a list of ways to make a positive impact during the pandemic, from funding and volunteer opportunities to ways to share your data to fight the spread of […]

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Hubbub are asking people what they would like to see in a post-COVID-19 UK for a Greenprint to be shared with policy-makers and influencers. Read more and write your comments […]

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Local Trust

Local Trust believes there needs to be a structural change in our economy, society and politics, radically increasing control by local communities over resources and decision making. They select the […]

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#BuildBackBetter campaign

#BuildBackBetter campaign, aims to brings people together to create the visions, alliances and actions to be the change we wish to see in the world.Discussing post-Covid Britain

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Climate Leadership Group

C40 group connects 96 city leaders representing more than 750 million people. C40 was set up to take climate action to build #TheFutureWeWant . They have published a “statement of […]

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Building back better: Net-zero emissions

Building back better: A net-zero emissions recovery analysis of over 700 policies for local and national governments to create a low carbon recovery Read more

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Basic Income

"We are building the movement to win a liveable, unconditional basic income paid to every individual" "We view a Universal Basic Income as a global human right - we all […]

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The Alternative UK

The Alternative UK aims to transform politics to bring about "a friendly revolution". Read their "eight stages of 'opening up' to transformation" and "join co-creator groups and start participating"

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As scandals of billions squandered on corrupt PPE procurement and domestic energy costs shoot up, its worth remembering that fuel for air travel is untaxed: see graphic. Remind your MP that a jet fuel tax or aviation emissions price could raise £10bn a year in the UK if the same tax is applied to jet fuel as paid by motorists for petrol/diesel at the pump.Regular reminder, as energy bills rise for everybody, that jet fuel is still tax free and the emissions are barely priced at all.A jet fuel tax or aviation emissions price (which could include CO2 and non-CO2 emissions) could raise £10bn a year in the UK if the same tax is applied to jet fuel as paid by motorists for petrol/diesel at the pump.This would predominantly target the top 10% of earners. Indeed the top 1% of earners would pay massively more than anybody else.See graph ... See MoreSee Less
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