Latest podcast from our partners at Feasta

Caroline Whyte and David Somekh of the European Health Futures Forum speak with Davie Philip about Communities of Practice. Davie is a community catalyst, climate coach and facilitator at Cultivate, the Sustainable Ireland Cooperative. Since 1997 Davie has been active in Ireland promoting sustainability, community resilience and cooperative approaches to meeting our needs. He was…

Latest EHFF Newsletter no 12

Editorial by David Somekh , Director EHFF We’ve waited some time to send out a Newsletter since our end of the year 2021 offering. We’ve been scanning the horizon as ever, and there’s a lot going on! The world is if anything even more turbulent than before, which provides a backdrop, a context to the…

Latest podcast from our partners at Feasta

To kick off our 2022 series, Caroline Whyte of Feasta and David Somekh of the EHFF spoke with Isabel Carlisle, the director of the Bioregional Learning Centre in Devon in the UK. Isabel spoke about her earlier career as an archaeologist and in the art world, and how she became involved in the climate movement…

Latest podcast from our partner Feasta

Caroline Whyte and Seán Ó Conláin speak with Gerry McGovern, who is a specialist in identifying and reducing digital waste and the author of the book ‘World Wide Waste: how digital is killing our planet and what we can do with it’. Gerry has written eight books about digital design and has appeared on numerous…

EHFF End of Year Newsletter

Dear friends and colleagues from the EHFF Community. This year has been one of Zoom and Microsoft Teams burn-out for sure. Very sad we’ve not had the chance to meet face to face. Nevertheless, despite the constraints, it seems a lot has been accomplished. As you can see from the features page on the website (or our YouTube…

Latest podcast with our partners Feasta

Symbiosis and system change: potential lessons from mycology Bill O’Dea, a specialist in mycology, talks with Seán Ó Conlaín and Caroline Whyte about the immense contribution that fungi make to the biosphere, their nutritional value, the threats they are facing, the complex symbiotic relationship which they have with each other and with other species, and…

Latest podcast with our partners Feasta

In this podcast we look at potential ways to get beyond the time-consuming, and sometimes quite heated, arguments between those who believe that aggregate ‘green growth’ is possible and those who believe that environmental constraints will oblige us to adopt a different economic goal. Beth Stratford, an economics researcher who is a fellow at the…