March 10th 2020
Justine Huxley writes: “Yesterday, I found myself in Sainsbury’s with a friend and deep adaptation collaborator, having a powerful moment of deja vu. As we walked along the rows of empty shelves, wondering if they would be replenished before our own cupboards ran bare, we were both having the weirdest…continue reading
March 10th 2020
February 8th 2020
Guest blog by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee Ph.D., author of ‘Spiritual Ecology, the Cry of the Earth’. The bush fires raging across Australia have given climate crisis a new word: omnicide. Rather than just ecocide, our deliberate destruction of the natural environment, omnicide, images a crime “we have previously been unable to…
August 30th 2019
Guest blog by Rain Sherlock, an Associate Fellow of St Ethelburga’s. It’s difficult to ignore the truth, that our world has many problems. In Britain, we face increasing homelessness, education failure, in-work poverty and increasing violence. Brexit and austerity have exposed divisions by politics, race, class, religion and geographical location….
July 30th 2019
Bhai Sahib Dr. Mohinder Singh writes about the power of young people to shake up the status quo, and the need for intergenerational solidarity…. The younger generation are a beacon for the future. Not only can they envision a better world; they have the power to change the world. Sometimes,…
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