Cloud Cuckoo Land is a much celebrated novel by Anthony Doerr, who won a Pulitzer for his previous book All the Light we Cannot See. And it has a lot … Continue reading Cloud Cuckoo Land, by Anthony Doerr
When people start thinking about social justice or the environment for the first time, their own consumer choices are often a starting point. What brands should I be avoiding? Which … Continue reading Book review: Buy Better, Consume Less
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
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
“The climate crisis is also a crisis of culture, and thus of the imagination” wrote Amitav Ghosh in 2016. In his book The Great Derangement, he notes that literature has … Continue reading Fiction for a way through the climate crisis
“Stop shopping!” shouts the satirical anti-consumerist street preacher Rev Billy. “The shopocalypse is upon us!” he cries, and his gospel choir breaks into song. Blurring the lines between street theatre, … Continue reading Could we all just… stop shopping?
“Let the land produce vegetation” says the God of Genesis 1. “Let the water teem with living creatures,” and “let the land produce living creatures.” The Bible begins with an … Continue reading An invitation to regeneration
Tony Emerson has been involved in Green Christian for many years, and was instrumental in the formation of Joy in Enough. His latest venture is into fiction. In this interview … Continue reading Interview: stories for a better future