Saving the planet at the supermarket …
(5 minute read) Jemima Childs reckons cutting down on meat can be a piece of cake.
Annoying but true: the uncomfortable challenge of Pope Francis’ Fratelli Tutti
(8 minute read) Joseph Evans is troubled by Pope Francis’ latest document, and is forced to ask why.
The Coronavirus and ‘The Great Operation’
(10 minute read) Rosemary Milne offers useful advice on how to remain fully human in a digital age.
Suffocating in the echo chambers of modern life
(7 minute read) Zoë Dukoff-Gordon exposes the invisible walls we build around our minds without realising it … and offers a surprising way to escape.
What would Poirot do?
(6 minute read) Kenson Li learns lessons for lockdown from the great fictional sleuth.
Corruption and hunger for power … the enemies within which hamper Africa’s future
(11 minute read) Joshua Nwachukwu highlights a recent coup in Africa which made little impact on world news but exemplified the greatest challenge facing the continent.
Time to make peace with nature … but how?
(7 minute read) Richard Bauckham ponders the great challenge to creation posed by our everyday destructiveness.
Systems Thinking: the ripples we can create
(5 minute read) Juliette Flach recommends a more holistic approach in our efforts to make the world a better place.
Success: are we there yet?
(9 minute read) Lisa Fraser argues that success is always a journey and never a final destination. And we are more successful, the more we share our success.
How do you solve a problem like Marie?
(4 minute read) Joe Cook opens the curtain of history and discovers some alarming truths about the “Woman of the Millennium”.