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Reports on conferences and activities relevant to Joy in Enough

Notes from “On the Road Together – Derby Sept 2018”

Anne Parker  (with photos by Sheila Pentelow) tells of the Green Christian  On the Road Together Day at Derby:

The Meeting was held at Friends Meeting House Derby. Saturday 15/9/18.

There were about 24 of us. Derby Friends’ Meeting House was a pleasant building with a positive atmosphere,

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Prosperity without growth: inspiration rewarded

Professor Tim Jackson has been awarded the 2016 Hillary Laureate for his widely respected work as an ecological economist at the University of Surrey.

Just before Christmas Professor Tim Jackson of the University of Surrey was presented with the 2016 Hillary Laureate.

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Enough is Plenty – Reclaiming the Common Good

Report on an event at the Agápē Centre (South Belfast Methodists), 24 September 2016

Tony Weekes, South Belfast Quaker Meeting

‘Enough is Plenty’ is the title of an event which took place at the Agápē Centre (South Belfast Methodists) on the afternoon of Saturday 24 September.

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Partners in the Passion

Green Christian is a small organisation with big ideas.  Sometimes we have to act on them because no-one else is.  It was like that when we set up Operation Noah.  Ten years ago, just as we were struggling to realise our ambitions, a large unsolicited private donation helped us get the project launched by Ann Pettifor and Mark Dowd.  

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Report by Andrew Norman on ‘Inequality and the Green Economy’ at the St Paul’s Institute, London, Tuesday June 21st

Dear All

This turned out to be a good evening consisting of a very interesting panel discussion. It was chaired by Paul Cook (Tearfund’s Advocacy Director & member of its Senior Management Team overseeing their policy research, lobbying and campaigning teams in the UK) replacing Nigel Harris their CEO.

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