Anna Laycock joined sustainable finance pioneer Ecology Building Society in 2011 to lead its public and member engagement, after seven years working in campaigning and research on international development, environment and health.
Review: Doughnut Economics
Using a mixture of theory, practice, storytelling and visuals, Raworth offers a picture of an economy which could genuinely sustain people and planet. For those of us working on details of the picture, Doughnut Economics offers a sense of coherence and a sense of hope.
August 10, 2017
Homo Economicus: An Endangered Species
Building societies aren’t well-known for their radicalism, yet the sector’s origins lie in a movement of citizens co-operating to extend the ownership of property and, by implication, the vote.
February 11, 2015