Meticulous the Gardener


Meticulous the Gardener by Tawona Ganyamatopé Sitholé that plant is a weed meticulous the gardener decides with no hesitation growing where it shouldn't so of kukosha having none so here come necessary tools for necessary hacking hacking digging digging that plant of a thriving population born of wind pollination grounded such thing earthed by totem being a weed for weeding and to do it properly have to pull from the roots and that's the land...

NECESSITY Website Launch: A living archive rooted in social and environmental justice


Enough! is one of many groups and projects featured on a new website that launches this week: www.necessity.info NECESSITY is a living archive rooted in social and environmental justice. The site aims to share stories, learning and research from across the UK. It supports communities to strengthen and adapt to ongoing economic and climate challenges. It also offers funding to...

New ONLINE SHORT COURSE – Degrowth in Scotland: Degrowing the Economy, Regrowing Our Lives


New Online Short Course6 Weeks Running 6 Oct - 10 Nov 2020Tuesday evenings, 6:30pm - 8:30pm Enough! and the Centre for Human Ecology are offering an online short course (delivered via Zoom) which will introduce participants to the historic gains and problems of economic growth and the principles of degrowth and ecological economics. The course...

Searching for a Decolonised Childhood – Resources for Primary and Secondary Aged Children


The following resources are intended for parents, carers, educators and everyone who takes an interest in decolonising educational resources for children. The list has been compiled by Sapna Agarwal for an Upending conversation on the 9th of July 2020, hosted by Enough! Scotland with support from the Centre for Human Ecology. You can watch...

Learning from Lockdown


What did lockdown reveal about ourselves, our communities, our society, our government? From across Scotland, we want to gather some of the #learningfromlockdown. We want to hear your thoughts; good, bad, indifferent. Personal reflections or political rants. What have we learnt about what really matters? And as the return to ‘normal’ ramps up - what...