Political Economics

Making a Resilient Future From Ancient Wisdom

Different perspectives on a sustainable world throughout time

Due to global warming and environmental problems, sustainable living is becoming a more critical necessity by the day. Society has to find more environmentally friendly ways of living to ensure humanity’s survival. Fortunately, we do not have to go too far to discover an answer to this problem. Throughout history, there have been many civilisations
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The 4-Day Working Week

Eat, Sleep, Work... Obsolete?

Few would expect a nascent political party that took home less than 3% of the vote to have much sway on policy. And yet, the progressives of Más País have just obtained approval from the Spanish government for the crux of their launch platform: a state-backed trial of a 4-day working week. Although this secures
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Why are the Farmers in India Protesting?

Indian farmers, mainly from northern Punjab and Haryana states, have been protesting recently implemented agricultural bills since November of last year and have gained massive international attention. Although the three bills were intended to modernize India’s farming sector, farmers worry that it will disempower them and possibly decrease their quality of life. Protestors have been
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A “small” European solidarity gift

Italy has been one of the most harshly affected European countries after the escalation of the coronavirus pandemic. The virus has inflicted billions of losses both to state organizations and private business likewise. According to several national estimates, Italy will see a loss of GDP equal to almost 10% throughout the whole and still ongoing pandemic. The
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