Environmental news from networkers involved with CERE, FEASTA and LOCAL FUTURES
Rashneh, Helena and Richard all met in 2000 at a gathering we held near Bromsgrove.
Today we received a link to a video which we heartily recommend. In it, networker Rashneh Pardiwala, co-founder of CERE, was interviewed by Pooja Damadia of CSR Journal which seeks to publicise news of good corporate practice. It may be seen here http://thecsrjournal.in/it-is-better-to-abide-by-the-laws-than-trying-ways-to-circumvent-them-dr-rashneh-pardiwala-cere/.
One telling point made was that urban areas benefited from electricity generated in rural Dahanu, whereas Dahanu itself, ironically, is subject to frequent power cuts.
Caroline Whyte now links us with the work of our networker, the late Richard Douthwaite, co-founder of FEASTA, whose books included The Growth Illusion and recently we received the information-packed annual report for 2014 & 2015. There is even more on their website: http://www.feasta.org/.
The material on fracking, climate change, basic income and monetary reform will be of interest to many outside our network and will be recommended to them. There was reference to the work on biochar which many visitors continue to discover on this website linked with the name of James Bruges. See http://www.feasta.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/2014-15_annual_report_feasta.pdf
Both video presentations prompt the wish for all New Era networkers to present their case in this way and make it available on Youtube. Does anyone know what costs are involved?
Posted on April 9, 2016, in biochar, Caroline Whyte, Rashneh Pardiwala, Richard Douthwaite and tagged basic income, climate change, fracking, monetary reform, video presentations, Youtube. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.