The annual Redcliffe College / JRI Environment conference is on Saturday 1st March 2014. There is a discount rate of £36 for early booking (by 31st January). The ordinary price is £42. The conference theme is “Sustainable communities: what has the church got to offer?”
Three keynote speakers:
- Tim Gorringe has taught theology at Madurai (India), Oxford, and St. Andrews. He is the St. Luke’s Professor at Exeter University, and author of many books including A Theology of the Built Environment (2002). Together with his wife Gill he runs a 15 acre smallholding with sheep, bees, poultry, fruit and veg.
- Molly Scott Cato is Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at Roehampton University. She is author of The Bioregonal Economy (2012), Environment and Economy (2011), and also Green Economics (2009). She is the Green Party’s economics spokesperson.
- Ruth Valerio is Theology Director for A Rocha UK, and runs Living Lightly. She is involved in a pig-keeping social enterprise, and also in Transition Chichester. Ruth has a doctorate from King’s College London on simplicity and consumerism, and wrote L is for Lifestyle.
Plus lots of seminars.
The venue: Redcliffe College, Gloucester.
Further details and booking > brochure and booking form at Redcliffe College website.