Robert Alexander is a specialist in circular economy solutions. He is an experienced business professional and successful entrepreneur in a number of different sectors involving repair, re-use and recycling. He … Continue reading Talk: A personal journey into the circular economy
Catherine Masterman reflects on moments of crisis and the perspective they bring. How on earth do you hold world-shaking events in your mind, as you continue daily life and deal … Continue reading A Crisis of Insight
Andii Bowsher explores the perennial question of how to fund the transition to a fair and sustainable economy. There are lots of good ideas for how we can begin to … Continue reading How shall we pay for it?
If you’ve taken part in the Plenty! course, you may have noticed the words that introduce the questions in the session: words like ‘being’, ‘loving’ and ‘becoming’. These reflect the … Continue reading Plenty! and the process of becoming
John Daniels asks if the time has come for more drastic climate solutions – and if so, what do we risk? The recently published 6th Assessment Report by the Intergovernmental … Continue reading Do we finally need to pull the communication cord on climate?
Tony Emerson, Dulwich Hamlet FC fan, writes about how football can build community, pride and belonging in a fairer economy. The economist Daniel Bromley, in his publication Possessive Individualism: a … Continue reading No I in TEAM – football in the new economy
John D Anderson from Baildon Methodist Church, Bradford, considers how we should use our money at a time of climate emergency. Christians care a great deal about what happens to … Continue reading How can we use our money well?
At Joy in Enough, we have tended to take a dim view of consumerism – the pursuit of identity and satisfaction through material goods. It is a driver of environmental … Continue reading When consumerism is a force for good