Covid-19 has brought dark times, yet we have seen positives emerge through lockdown: breathing space for nature, renewed community spirit, a focus on the local. Our online festival re-imagined the future, with a diverse range of thinkers, poets, and activists – and if you missed it, the videos from the sessions are available online.
What we’re reading
Quaker activist and author Alastair McIntosh proposes an unusual solution to climate change – community and belonging – in his latest, Riders on the Storm.
Diversifying Power: Why we need antiracist, feminist leadership on climate and energy, by Jennie C Stephens, feels like an urgent message.
Jason Hickel’s latest book expands the idea of degrowth, arguing that the solution to unsustainable growth is found in justice and abundance.
During the Coronavirus lockdown, the Joint Public Issues Team and Church Action on Poverty held a programme of listening exercises called the Gleanings Project. As the organisations sought to listen … Continue reading Reset the Debt
The British government has announced its ‘10 point plan’ for addressing the climate crisis. It includes some positive steps such as phasing out the sale of new petrol and diesel … Continue reading Will you support the CEE Bill?
Tim Gorringe, Professor of Theology at the University of Exeter and a contributor to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Housing Commission, explains how Christians can respond to the housing crisis, and … Continue reading A Christian vision for sustainable housing
Moments of crisis are often opportunities for change. They force us to think about what is most important, interrupt the status quo and crack open new possibilities. Several campaigns have … Continue reading A 10 point plan for a green recovery
Jonathon Porritt is one of Britain’s most respected environmentalists, as well as being a patron of Green Christian and a recent contributor to the ‘Re-imagining the Promised Land‘ festival. He … Continue reading Review: Hope in Hell, by Jonathon Porritt