This week at the Conservative party conference, Prime Minister Liz Truss declared that she had “three priorities for our economy: growth, growth and growth”. Then she turned to a familiar … Continue reading On baking a bigger pie
IF WE were to do a free-association game, and I were to say the word “economics”, I wonder what would come to mind for you. I suspect that, for many people, … Continue reading Economics is too important to leave to the economists
If you’ve ever stayed in a hotel, it’s likely that you’ve seen some kind of variation of the little sign in the bathroom: re-use your towels and we can all … Continue reading Greenwash and how to spot it
Perhaps you’ve seen one by the side of the road, or when on holiday. Maybe you are lucky enough to have one locally, next to a school or fixed to … Continue reading What I learned from hosting a little free library
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?
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
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’?
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?