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
Jonathon Porritt is one of Britain’s most respected environmentalists, as well as being a patron of Green Christian and a recent contributor to the ‘Re-imagining the Promised Land‘ festival. He … Continue reading Review: Hope in Hell, by Jonathon Porritt
All the technologies the world needs to prevent climate catastrophe are already available and already expanding, but global emissions are yet to peak. A rate of decline in emissions that … Continue reading Degrowth and abundance
Riders on the Storm: The Climate Crisis and the Survival of Being is the new book from Alastair McIntosh, Quaker author and activist. The book provides an overview of the … Continue reading Consumerism and the cycles of grace
David Penney reviews On Fire – The Burning Case for a Green New Deal.
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
The idea of Universal Basic Services (UBS) was only coined in 2017, but has been taken up unusually quickly. It’s given a name to something people were already aspiring to. … Continue reading Book review: The case for Universal Basic Services
Bill McKibben is a leading American environmentalist and author of several bestselling titles on climate change, including the first popular explanation of the problem, The End of Nature. Among his … Continue reading Economic growth, wild nature and the Book of Job