The Climate Emergency Toolkit is a collaborative project to equip churches to declare a climate emergency. It includes resources to help congregations to form an action team, make a declaration, … Continue reading The Climate Emergency Toolkit
Every January the world’s powerbrokers meet in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum. While issues such as climate change or inequality are on the agenda, it is best known … Continue reading How the billionaires devoured the world
Have you been considering the Plenty! course in your community? Wondering how to share what the course is and why people might want to join you? Our new video is … Continue reading Share our new Plenty! video
In the latest Joy in Enough talk, Eva Watkinson told us about why debt cancellation should be part of addressing climate change. Head of Campaigns and Engagement at the Jubilee … Continue reading Talk: Why the climate crisis needs debt cancellation
Cat Jenkins, Programme Manager at Church Action for Tax Justice, shares a new campaign on wealth taxes and the common good: Tax isn’t always the most exciting subject, at the … Continue reading Time to give good measure?
Personal lifestyle choices are a recurring theme in environmental discussions. On the one hand we have the many calls to ‘do our bit’, to make ‘small changes’ that add up. … Continue reading Do our personal actions matter?
Catherine Masterman reflects on moments of crisis and the perspective they bring. How on earth do you hold world-shaking events in your mind, as you continue daily life and deal … Continue reading A Crisis of Insight
Following on the heels of the Great Financial Crash of 2008, the pandemic has left states, businesses and households hopelessly indebted. But what do ‘debt’ and ‘credit’ really mean anyway? … Continue reading Talk: Philip Goodchild on credit and faith