Why there’s no place for heroes or villains when saving our planet by Holly-Anna Petersen

Why there’s no place for heroes or villains when saving our planet If research into the psychology of persuasion and behaviour change has taught us anything, it’s that a message is not just a message. As marketing and advertising agencies are well aware, many factors play a part in how …

‘Travelling Light’

JRI is pleased to announce the publication of Briefing Paper number 36. “Travelling Light – a theological reflection on modern transport” by JRI Chairman, Revd Dr John Weaver, follows on from the JRI conference held in March 2018 on the theme of ‘Transport Now and in the Future: What are …

Response to Martin Hodson’s JRI blog ‘Where do Animals Fit in Environmental Ethics and Theology?’ by Prof. David L. Clough

Response to Martin Hodson’s JRI blog ‘Where do Animals Fit in Environmental Ethics and Theology?’ by Prof. David L. Clough Return to Martin Hodson’s blog I’m grateful to Martin for highlighting the tensions between environmental and animal ethics. The approaches have a very great deal in common, of course: those beginning …

Where do Animals Fit in Environmental Ethics and Theology? By Dr Martin J. Hodson

Where do Animals Fit in Environmental Ethics and Theology? Many years ago I was manning a stall for Sage, Oxford’s Christian environmental group, at the annual Green Fair in Oxford Town Hall. One of the visitors to the stall was Andrew Linzey, the leading Christian animal ethicist. Andrew was concerned …