We often hear that if we want to reduce the impact of our electronic devices, we should ignore the siren song of the mobile phone companies and keep our handset … Continue reading Could a smartphone last for a decade?
If you have done any travelling through Britain’s traditional holiday destinations, there is often real poverty hiding behind the facade. Earlier this year my family were in Cornwall. We arrived … Continue reading How FairBnB encourage ethical travel
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
Today, April 1st, activists are taking part in ‘The Money Rebellion‘, a day of action against the banking industry for its role in climate change. Some will be carrying out … Continue reading The connection between money and the climate crisis
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
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?
Green shoots is our regular series on businesses and projects that point us towards a fairer and more sustainable future. You can see more examples here. One of the drivers … Continue reading Green shoots – Churches Mutual
Green shoots is our monthly series highlighting alternative business models, and for this post we look at B4RN broadband. Broadband internet has been in the news lately with the Labour … Continue reading Green shoots: B4RN Broadband