Comment and coverage
in the Guardian, the FT, the Mirror, The Economist, The Times, the Independent, the New York Times, the Nation, openDemocracy and the New Statesman among others
TV and Radio
coverage including Sky News, BBC News, BBC Radio 2, Radio 4, LBC, and the Jeremy Vine Show as well as podcasts including Reasons to be Cheerful among others
Leading academics and politicians
including Caroline Lucas, Adam Tooze, Ed Miliband and Bernie Sanders have endorsed our work
Influencing the Green New Deal debate, working with policymakers from across the political spectrum and civil society partners including GND UK, IPPR, and We are Possible to achieve change.
Our work on digital infrastructure, ownership funds, and fiscal rules has shaped policy development and debate at Westminster – and proposals such as our public-common-partnership has been adopted by local authorities, Combined Authorities, and grassroots groups across the UK.
Reactive analysis and policy proposals, co-ordinating with Greenpeace on our Covid-19 aviation bailout paper to engage with the Chancellor Rishi Sunak.
Transatlantic impact and engagement, including the adoption of Common Wealth’s policy proposal on inclusive ownership funds by Senator Bernie Sanders and our account followed and boosted by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Engaging with parties across the spectrum, including with our advisory board member, Ed Miliband MP, to shape the green recovery debate as part of our Covid-19 work.
Blueprint for a Green New Deal
Building on our ‘Roadmap for a UK Green New Deal’, the Blueprint will set out detailed sector plans to drive a fair and green transition, including the future of asset management, the company, mobility, trade, care, taxation, and public health.
21st century Democratic Public Ownership
A year-long project to design a 21st century ownership agenda to challenge corporate power, amplify worker rights, and support sustainability. Forthcoming modules include data and platforms, IP, and land and nature.
Common Wealth are undertaking a series of sector analytical deep-dives and systemic policy interventions that can chart a just and green recovery from the crisis.
Democratising the company: reimagining ownership, governance, and purpose
Reinventing the city: ownership and the future of urbanism
Valuing the everyday economy: supporting foundational work, from care to health
Reimagining mobility: envisioning a post-carbon transport future
Building a digital commons: rethinking data and digital infrastructure, from enclosure to a commons
Charting a green recovery: strategies for a green and just recovery from covid-19
Delivering local Green New Deals: policies for transformation at a local level
Reshaping asset management: rewriting the rules to ensure investment works for all
A just future for trade: multilateralism and just trade after covid-19