Jo Musker-Sherwood, founder and director of Hope for the Future, writes about race, climate, and learning from her colonial ancestors. First published on Climate Emergence. Following my Grandpa’s army career … Continue reading Race, empire and the climate emergency
When the coronavirus pandemic called for a sweeping and dramatic response from people and government, it got it. Our lives were turned upside down. We did what was necessary – … Continue reading Have you got a story to tell?
David Penney reviews On Fire – The Burning Case for a Green New Deal.
Despite the best efforts of climate campaigners, politicians and active citizens, global carbon emissions are yet to turn a corner. The earth continues to lose forests and wildlife, and continues … Continue reading An economy for the benefit of 1% of the population
Rachie Ross, in this piece for UCB Radio, reflects on species loss and the silencing of God’s creation. Picture in your mind the darkest night sky, clear and inky, with … Continue reading The lights are going out
Dario Kenner is the author of Carbon Inequality: The role of the richest in climate change. He outlines how a green and fair economy needs to confront the power of … Continue reading Confronting the power of the polluter elite
Liz McKelvey reflects on inequality, consumerism, the climate emergency, and walking away from the slavery of Pharaoh. From Tanzania to Didsbury David and I went to live in Tanzania in … Continue reading Rebel for life: Climate change and the book of Exodus