Emma Dawnay

Emma Dawnay

Cambridge science graduate with a passion for economics, having experienced first-hand the dot-com boom/bust whilst being taught traditional economics. Sheis a member of Green House’s core group.

Emma Dawnay

Measuring what matters

Emma Dawnay's proposal outlined is that the Green Book is updated to require the key metrics of greenhouse gas emissions to be at the forefront of each and every project appraisal



Emma Dawnay

Basic Income and Sovereign Money: The Alternative to Economic Crisis and Austerity Policy

Crocker makes the proposal that the state should create the money to bridge the gap –debt free– and give it to all citizens. This would solve the problem that the economic system has by handing people a basic income, and at the same time it solves the main argument that it would be too expensive



Emma Dawnay

Another Brexit is Possible

This report considers that the option of remaining in close alignment with the EU is too politically difficult to achieve. Having made this assumption, it argues that the only viable option is building national resilience through more localisation combined with deeper global cooperation.