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Environmental innovations

Robert Myers, St James’s Chelsea Show Garden designer, explains how prioritising sustainability throughout the projects lifecycle sets a new standard for ecologically-driven practices.

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Carols for Shoppers?

St James’s Eco Church team member Penelope Turton reflects on the devastating impact of waste at Christmas, emphasising the birth of Jesus as the One who brings ‘new hope to the poorest and most marginalised in society.’

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Lifelines: planting hedgerows with reverence and connection

Julia Chalkley reports on a wet and wonderful weekend in Suffolk.

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Thought for the Week – Revolution Part 2 – A Just Economy fit for the Ecozoic?

Penelope Turton asks what Christians in rich countries should be doing about the climate crisis.

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Thought for the Week – Revolution Part 1: Land, People and the More-than-Human World

Diane Pacitti explores the historical revolutionary ideas of Gerrard Winstanley and the contemporary relevance of indigenous voices in addressing environmental crises.

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Genesis: a text for revolution?

Diane Pacciti introduces the radical vision of John Ball, the Peasants’ Revolt in 1381, and the Diggers and Levellers communities in the 17th century.

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The Three Sisters: a mutual thriving

Joan Ishibashi shares the importance of the Three Sisters in American farming and food – maize, beans and squash.

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Guardians of Greenery

Catherine Tidnam, St James’s Gardener, explains how we achieved Green Flag Status.

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