EUROPEAN CHRISTIAN ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK

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ECEN is a church network promoting co-operation in caring for creation.

Ecological threats transcend national and confessional boundaries. The aim of the ECEN is to share information, experiences in environmental work among widely varied Christian traditions and to encourage a united witness in caring for God's creation. ECEN is the main working instrument of the Conference of European Churches for addressing the need for environmental engagement and responding to climate change.

20.Mar 17

Creation is not for sale, Final Statement

Final Statement of the Seminar organized by the Commission on Globalization and Environment, on the occasion of the...

Creation is not for sale, seminar report

‘Liberated by God’s Grace’ is the theme of the celebration of the 500-year anniversary of the Reformation. If salvation...

17.Mar 17

Book by Jean-Lesort Louck Talom, "Preserve the Earth: Methodological and practical Christian guide"

After COP 21 and 22, the States seem to have reached a consensus on the crucial issue of the preservation of the planet...

13.Mar 17

06.Mar 17

Invitation to ECEN Theology Workshop "The Ecumenical Theology of Hope for Oikos (Our Common Home)", 28-29 August 2017, Budapest

ECEN warmly invites you to its next Theology Workshop held in Budapest on 28–29 August 2017. The aim of this workshop...

05.Mar 17

Prepare for the World Water Day 2017

World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about taking action to tackle the water crisis. Today, there are over 663...

01.Mar 17

Martyn Goss: Ash Wednesday greetings!

Probably one of the most important questions we can ask ourselves is ‘who we think we really are’. Our self-identity is...

28.Feb 17

Seven Weeks for Water

The Seven Weeks for Water in 2017 (1 March - 16 April) will take us on a pilgrimage of water justice in Africa.

25.Feb 17

Carbon Fast for Lent

This year we challenge you and your organisation or parish to join the carbon fast – to reduce the actions which damage...

20.Feb 17

Turning point: Climate Guardian

Veerabhadran Ramanathan has modelled greenhouse-gas dynamics and quantified the chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) contribution...

Conference "Faith Communities and Environmental Activism", Edinburgh 18-20 May 2017

ECEN together with partners are organising a conference Faith Communities and Environmental Activism. ...

Time for Creation 2016

Statement of ECEN, CEC and CCEE in view of Creation time 2016 is available here. September 1st was proclaimed as  a day...

11th Assembly Outcome Statement ECEN 2016 – Helsinki

Water in a Sustainable Future - "Let justice roll down like waters" (Amos 5:24) Available in English, German and...

Press Release of the 11th ECEN Assembly

Water in a sustainable future - More than 80 people from 23 European countries travelled to Helsinki...

How do we go ahead? - Evaluation of outcomes of COP21 in Paris

The agreement in Paris has received positive evaluations from many sides. It has been labelled as an ‘historic landmark...