We have the pleasure to invite you to a hybrid workshop organised by the ETUI in co-operation with the European Climate Foundation to discuss a new concept of the welfare state taking into account the climate crisis and looking beyond the growth paradigm.
This event will be hosted on Zoom with a small number of speakers physically present in our studio in Brussels.
The agenda can be found → here
Powerpoint presentation of Philippe Pochet → here
Powerpoint presentation of Eloi Laurent Panel 1 → here
Powerpoint presentation of Milena Büchs → here
Powerpoint presentation Ian Gough → here
Powerpoint presentation of Eloi Laurent Panel 3 → here
Powerpoint presentation of David Natali, Michele Raitano and Giulia Valenti → here
Powerpoint presentation Adeline Otto → here
Powerpoint presentation Matteo Mandelli → here
Powerpoint presentation Ana Casquete Diez → here
Powerpoint presentation Christine Corlet Walker → here
Download here the ETUI Working paper "From welfare to farewell. The European social-ecological state beyond economic growth" by Eloi Laurent and his second contribution "Five Pathways Toward Health-Environment Policy in a Wellbeing Economy" → here and "Construire une protection sociale-écologique : le cas de la France face aux canicules" → here (forthcoming paper, only in French)
Conference paper by Ian Gough - preliminary version → here
Conference paper by David Natali, Michele Raitano and Giulia Valenti - preliminary version → here
"Welfare systems without economic growth: A review of the challenges and next steps for the field", Christine Corlet Walker, Angela Druckman and Tim Jackson
Find below some relevant publications by the speakers in the webinar:
- Büchs, M. (2021). "Sustainable welfare: Independence between growth and welfare has to go both ways." Global Social Policy.
- Büchs, M., A. Bahaj, L. Blunden, L. Bourikas, J. Falkingham, P. James, M. Kamanda and Y. Wu (2018). "Sick and stuck at home – how poor health increases electricity consumption and reduces opportunities for environmentally-friendly travel in the United Kingdom." Energy Research and Social Science 44: 250-259.
- Büchs, M. and M. Koch (2019). "Challenges for the degrowth transition: The debate about wellbeing." Futures 105: 155-165.
- Büchs, M., N. Bardsley and S. Schnepf (2014). Unequal emissions – unequal policy impacts: how do different areas of CO2 emissions compare? International Handbook on Social Policy and the Environment. T. Fitzpatrick. Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar: 62-92.
- Büchs, M. and S. V. Schnepf (2013). "Who emits most? Associations between socio-economic factors and UK households' home energy, transport, indirect and total CO2 emissions." Ecological Economics 90: 114-123.
- Zimmermann, K.; Graziano, P. Mapping Different Worlds of Eco-Welfare States. Sustainability 2020, 12, 1819.
- A future-fit recovery? A sectoral analysis of practices for promoting systemic change in the NRRPs based on the Recovery Index for Transformative Change (RITC)
- Towards a Resilience Doughnut. Recommendations for operationalising and mainstreaming resilience
- Building a Resilient Economy. Analysing options for systemic change to transform the world’s economic and financial systems after the pandemic.
- Have a look at the Policy Ideas Database
- Decoupling debunked. Evidence and arguments against green growth as a sole strategy for sustainability
- Sabato S. and Mandelli M. (2021), Integrating the Sustainable Development Goals into the European Semester: A governance conundrum for the von der Leyen Commission?, in Vanhercke B., Sapsova S. and Fronteddu B. (eds.), "Social Policy in the European Union: state of the play 2020. Facing the Pandemic", Brussels: European Social Observatory and European Trade Union Institute
- Jessoula M. and Mandelli M. (2019), The right to energy for all Europeans coalition. A case of green-red mobilization, in M. Jessoula, B. Magni, N. Riva, M. Ferrera (Eds,), “Gli Annali di LPF 2019” (ISBN 978-88-94960-13-6), 1/2019.
- Sabato S. and Mandelli M. (2018), the EU’s potential for promoting an ecosocial agenda, Report prepared for the project “Sustainable welfare societies: Assessing linkages between social and environmental policies”, NOVA Norwegian Social Research. Brussels: European Social Observatory, December, 35p.
- Welfare systems without economic growth
- Careless Finance