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What went right? April to June 2017 From terror attacks in London and Manchester, to the US withdrawal from the Paris climate treaty, and the Grenfell Tower fire: bad news has ... Media Society
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Finland launches basic income scheme Finland becomes the first European country to pilot a basic income scheme. Could unconditional monthly payments curb mass unemployment and c... Economics
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‘Quantitative Easing for People’ could stimulate the economy without risking financial meltdown Money creation programmes usually increase inequality and household debt. But there is an alternative, writes Fran Boait of campaigning orga... Economics Money
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Tackling Amazon deforestation through crowdfunding Green-investment co-operative ArBolivia aims not only to preserve the Amazon ecosystem, but to use planting native trees to support local li... Economics Environment
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Debts worth having Nathan Schneider investigates how transforming the financial system could shift the way debts are formed and dealt with; from a system where... Economics Money
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Could the government stop rising inequality with alternative finance models? Despite an increasingly loud conversation about inequality, its root causes remain intact. Stewart Lansley argues that the government has th... Economics
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