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‘Reconciled with creation: a call for urgent action on climate and biodiversity’ - Assembly of European Christian Environmental Network

Response to climate change and efforts for sustainable future are linked to an ethical dimension and to broader questions of individual and collective freedom, pursuing of justice and responsibility for future. Churches and faith communities have been increasingly aware of these challenges. In pursuing these challenges, European Christian Environmental Network announces its next Assembly, which will take place under the title: ‘Reconciled with....

Prayer service hails churches’ involvement in the fight against inequality

25 January 2019
“Inequality hurts us all and goes against God’s vision of life in abundance for every human being”, said Athena Peralta, World Council of Churches (WCC)...

Bishop responds to climate concerns raised by World Economic Forum 16/01/2019

21 January 2019
The Bishop of Dudley, Graham Usher, has described a risk report by the World Economic Forum as 'significant,' warning that those in the world's most...

Dr Ria Dunkley on "Space time scapes as ecopedagogy"

20 December 2018
Appearing in a special issue of the Journal of Environmental Education 2018 https://soundcloud.com/user-161625818/dr-ria-dunkley-on-space-time-scapes-as-escopedagogy

Vocational training about environmental education in the Lutheran Church in Hungary

20 December 2018
What does the relationship between God, people and nature mean in the Bible and what does it mean for us today? How do we know...

Faith communities to COP24: “Climate justice is at the heart of just transitions”

17 December 2018
“At COP24, there is a great responsibility for all politicians to get the necessary agreements to save the planet. This is a political and moral...