Hilary Blake’s recent article was an inspiration to us all, particularly to Christian parents on how we can inoculate our children against the virus of consumerism. Extreme loads of this … Continue reading Taking Plenty! further
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.
John D Anderson considers the easy claims of companies making only token efforts towards climate change. Greenwashing is becoming a staple of the public relations industry. It means claiming that … Continue reading Greenwashing is whitewashing
Jeremy Williams considers the reasons why consumerism is hard to resist. Not many people are enthusiastically in favour of consumerism. As James Wallman explores in his book Stuffocation, a solid … Continue reading What stops us from tackling consumerism?
Catherine Masterman considers nature disconnection, and the possibilities of a Parkrun style movement for nature. Sir David Attenborough made headlines at Davos in 2019 with his interview with the Duke … Continue reading Rediscovering the joy of nature
Hilary Blake compares the loving welcome of infant baptism and the fostered insecurities of consumerism. Two things coincided in my diary recently which may, on the surface, seem to have … Continue reading Belonging, consumerism and infant baptism
If you want to get the most out of leading the Plenty! programme in your community, you may like to take part in one of our facilitator training sessions. We’ll … Continue reading Facilitating a Plenty! group?
If you missed the launch of the Plenty! programme, fear not. We hit record and you can catch up with our keynote speaker Eve Poole, a panel discussion, and an … Continue reading Catch up with the Plenty! launch video
Reflections on faith, giving, fundraising and sustainable economics from Hilary Blake. The words of the title of this piece (from 1 Chronicles 29) shape much of the churches’ liturgy and … Continue reading Of your own we give you