Church of England Shrinking the Footprint logoChurch of England Shrinking the Footprint programme (UK) The Church of England’s commitment to reducing their carbon footprint and practical responses to mitigating climate change.

Link here to a series of short videos entitled “Nurture in His Name”

acen_logocopyAnglican Communion Environmental Network ( ACEN )  A worldwide network of Anglicans to encourage and support sustainability.

 

AnglicanAllianceWholeLogoresizedAnglican Alliance Our Voices campaign call for strong climate treaty in 2015 and Oceans of Justice campaign in 2014. Link to webinar on climate justice, 24/09/2014.

West Yorkshire and the Dales LogoDiocese of West Yorkshire and the Dales environment page. Follow the links to find many resources for churches; liturgical, educational and video material on care of creation.

ON logo with strapline (2)Operation Noah is an ecumenical Christian charity providing leadership, focus and inspiration in response to climate change. Good Resources section on this site. Bright Now disinvestment campaign; “towards fossil free churches”.

AnglicanEcoCare_DoP2The Anglican EcoCare Commission (Diocese of Perth) environmental page. On this page you can find the Diocese research report on investments in renewable and non-renewable companies and a note on the EcoCare theological Journal being compiled in 2014.

ARRCC logo (2)Australian Religious Response to Climate Change ( ARRCC ) is a multi-faith, member-based organisation of people from around Australia who are committed to taking action on climate change.

1_nz_web_bA Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand conducts environmental projects, hosts camps and has an Eco-congregation and an Enviro Church programme.

small grey square150x80A Rocha is an international Christian organization which, inspired by God’s love, engages in scientific research, environmental education and community-based conservation projects. Link to Resources for churches and more at the UK A Rocha Eco-Congregation website.

Justice and Peace Commission LogoJustice and Peace Commission, Catholic Diocese of Auckland. “God’s Earth; for all peoples and all generations” – a 4-session sustainability CD and study programme available to order.

small grey square150x40Quakers in Aotearoa – Te Haahi Tuuhauwiri. This link contains the ‘Sustainability Action Overview’ which is a comprehensive compilation of NZ groups active in sustainability produced by the Quaker Futures Committee.

cpj_resizedCitizens for Public Justice is a Canadian national organisation of members inspired by faith to act for justice in Canadian public policy. See Climate Change work under Issues, Eco-Justice.

Find more links to their Resources – Video “Living Faithfully into a New Climate”, book “Living Ecological Justice: A Biblical Response to the Environmental Crisis” and Infographics on climate change.

small grey square150x80The Jubilee Centre‘s mission is to inspire and equip Christians with the theology, strategy and confidence to work towards the transformation of society. Find resources related to current social and physical justice issues and a Christian perspective on them eg. Article by Professor Robert (Bob) White of Cambridge University about creation care – “the certain hope of a renewed future creation is not a license to abandon care for this one.”

small grey square150x80The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion is an interdisciplinary research enterprise, based at Cambridge, that engages in the public understanding of science and religion by means of Research, Courses, Conferences, Lectures, Seminars and the Media eg. A Political Theology of Climate Change by Prof. Michael Northcott October 2014. See archive of past seminars on the website.

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