Joy in Enough is launching a series of monthly talks on the themes of the environment, the economy and faith. Find out more about our upcoming talks, topics and speakers: … Continue reading Upcoming events and talks
Jeremy is an author and activist based in Luton. He is the author of Climate Change is Racist, co-author of The Economics of Arrival, and runs The Earthbound Report, recognised as the best green blog in the UK by Vuelio and the UK Blog Awards.
We often hear that if we want to reduce the impact of our electronic devices, we should ignore the siren song of the mobile phone companies and keep our handset … Continue reading Could a smartphone last for a decade?
Tony Emerson has been involved in Green Christian for many years, and was instrumental in the formation of Joy in Enough. His latest venture is into fiction. In this interview … Continue reading Interview: stories for a better future
If you have done any travelling through Britain’s traditional holiday destinations, there is often real poverty hiding behind the facade. Earlier this year my family were in Cornwall. We arrived … Continue reading How FairBnB encourage ethical travel
John D Anderson considers five ways to rebuild a commonwealth – a society that shares accumulated wealth broadly. “Private affluence and public squalor” were denounced by J K Galbraith a … Continue reading Common Wealth or Private Riches?
If you’ve taken part in the Plenty! course, you may have noticed the words that introduce the questions in the session: words like ‘being’, ‘loving’ and ‘becoming’. These reflect the … Continue reading Plenty! and the process of becoming
Catherine Masterman introduces a game, ‘Global Harvest’, to bring home the issues of food security and climate this harvest season. Apparently, despite the best efforts of Blue Peter, my children … Continue reading A game to explain food, inequality and climate
With the latest round of international climate talks (COP26) coming up in November, there’s been a lot of activity around the agenda and the priorities. All interest groups want to … Continue reading Why faith matters at COP26