Like a Frankenstein’s monster of history, we seem to have awoken to a planet fixated by space travel and the possibilities it holds for humanity. But this is no 20th Century fever dream, increasing amounts of time and money are being spent on space projects, and there are real implications for environmental movements.
Is the Church of England, like my own University endowment fund, avoiding the financial headache of divesting from fossil fuels by ducking the main point? This may seem an uncharitable question, in the week that the Archbishop of Canterbury opened the Stock Exchange, and the Synod will be debating a motion welcoming the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI), tracking the alignment of corporate business plans with the Paris Climate Agreement.
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