Just a couple of weeks to go before the release of the much anticipated Plenty! course. (And if you haven’t booked a place at the launch event on the 24th … Continue reading Why is our new resource called Plenty?
William Temple scholar Val Barron has been researching Christian social enterprise, and has been surprised at how radical it can sometimes be. One thing I had never expected when I … Continue reading The radical possibilities of Christian social enterprise
If you’re interested in the environment, you probably know all about COP26, the upcoming climate talks in Glasgow in November. Perhaps you’re even campaigning on it in some form, signing … Continue reading Explaining COP26 to your church
John D Anderson on the call to save the planet, and what the phrase tells us about ourselves and our place in the world. The planet is safe. Humankind will … Continue reading Is it our job to ‘save the planet’?
John Daniels asks if the time has come for more drastic climate solutions – and if so, what do we risk? The recently published 6th Assessment Report by the Intergovernmental … Continue reading Do we finally need to pull the communication cord on climate?
If you’re a regular reader at Joy in Enough, you probably already recognise that capitalism is failing in multiple ways, driving up inequality and destroying its own environmental foundations. The … Continue reading Seven ethics against capitalism
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
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?