Shane Claiborne – author, activist and founder of Red Letter Christians – describes how conversion should change our economics, and lead us to a redistribution based on love. One of … Continue reading Why our faith should affect our economics
Jeremy is an author and activist based in Luton. He is the 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.
The idea of Universal Basic Services (UBS) was only coined in 2017, but has been taken up unusually quickly. It’s given a name to something people were already aspiring to. … Continue reading Book review: The case for Universal Basic Services
John Daniels discusses interest rates and why they remain so low. Remember the good old days? When you could put money in a deposit account and discover, a year later, … Continue reading Dude, where’s my interest?
For those working on justice issues, from the climate to inequality, to food or energy poverty, it can feel as if things move very slowly. When do we turn the … Continue reading Waiting for the dawning light
Despite the best efforts of climate campaigners, politicians and active citizens, global carbon emissions are yet to turn a corner. The earth continues to lose forests and wildlife, and continues … Continue reading An economy for the benefit of 1% of the population