By EEB – European Environmental Bureau
Oxfam Germany and the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) went out of their North-South and nature comfort zones to talk about the deeper changes that are now needed, especially in Europe.
“Towards a well-being economy that serves people and nature” is a 56p Oxfam Germany-EEB report (4p summary) that connects dots such as inequalities, power concentration, GDP growth dependency, environmental harm and the common struggle faced by humanity as a whole.
The authors, helped by the Climate of Change coalition and a range of stakeholders, including European policymakers, manage to unpack the “bigger picture” that we all operate in.
Another invitation to think big, look deep and go for systemic solutions to our problems is a 20’ documentary from Broederlijk Delen, in close collaboration with the EEB. “The 25% revolution” is a systemic change documentary available in 13 languages. Experts & pioneers explain/show the need for/existence of a better economic system. The launch event with Kate Raworth from the Doughnut Economics discussed both the documentary, the report and the state of play on doughnut economies.
Launch event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNPJHKmAE_4&t=62s