350.org have written an open letter calling for a global coronavirus response that leads us towards a fairer and more sustainable society. It’s a useful summary of the key principles … Continue reading Five principles for a just recovery
John Daniels writes about the flows of energy through our bodies and through the economy: They’re all around us. Within us. We often don’t notice them, but without them we’d … Continue reading The importance of flows
There appears to be a widespread consensus that many consumer goods do not last as long as in the past. Tim Cooper investigates throwaway culture and how we can encourage longevity.
Green Shoots is a series that we have run on the website, profiling businesses that show a different approach to people and planet. In their own ways, they demonstrate something … Continue reading Green Shoots – Download our new report
Peter Grimwood explores the story of Jesus feeding the five thousand, and contrasts the economics of the world with the generous grace of God. In Matthew 14 we read the … Continue reading Gods economics of abundance
Joy in Enough are looking to recruit a resource developer to work on the Plenty programme. The role will be a part-time advisory role to help the Enabling Group of … Continue reading Help us find a materials developer
John Payne considers how the Coronavirus crisis compels us to rethink our relationship with time. One of the things that’s happening to some of us as we move into social … Continue reading A mist that appears for a little while…
The fashion industry has accelerated in recent years. There was a time when clothing brands had seasonal ranges, and launched new products three or four times a year. Some high … Continue reading How can clothing companies encourage re-use?
Justin Thacker, National Coordinator of Church Action for Tax Justice, discusses Jesus’ parable of the wedding feast. Church Action for Tax Justice is a relatively new campaigning organisation that is … Continue reading A place of flourishing for all
John Daniels reflects on the Coronavirus crisis and the connections between the environment and the economy.
Mark Dick, a GP from Ballymena, introduces his book Towards Oikos. Two of the biggest existential threats to humanity are potential conflict arising from poverty/inequality and global ecological damage. (Nuclear … Continue reading Towards Oikos – an introduction to a more human economy
John Good moved to Poole with his family to plant a church on a brand new housing estate. His new venture is called the WaterSports Library, and he explains how … Continue reading The WaterSports Library – the sharing economy as mission