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12th ECEN Assembly

ECEN usually organises an international Assembly every two years. The last Assembly, which brought together delegates and experts from 22 countries in Europe took place in 2016 in Helsinki, Finland. The Assembly offers a broad ecumenical platform for cooperation and sharing among representatives from Anglican, Orthodox, Protestant, Orthodox and Roman-catholic churches. Climate change has become one of the defining challenges of the early decades....

On the way to economic and ecological justice - ‘To give you a future with hope’ (Jer 29:11),’

19 February 2018
12th Assembly of ECEN, Katowice (Poland), 6 – 10 October 2018 Climate change has become one of the defining challenges of the early decades of...

Let’s eat as if tomorrow matters

16 February 2018
There is a saying ‘if you really want to do something about climate change, start with the food on your plate’ . This is one...

Exeter Eco Diocese in Lent

15 February 2018
The Diocese of Exeter is very committed to the national Church of England’s Environment (formerly ‘ Shrinking the Footprint Campaign ’) for a low carbon...

Climate change and churches – a conversation in the European Parliament

11 February 2018
‘ The task to address climate change has an ethical dimension including questions related to consumption and production patterns of individuals and societies and related...

Witness to Climate Change and efforts for sustainable future

9 February 2018
The General Assembly of the Conference of European Churches (CEC) 2018 will take place from 31 May – 6 June in Novi Sad, Serbia. The...

Recipes with stale bread, a measure to tackle food waste

2 February 2018
If you speak Italian, check out this fascinating resource " Give us also the yesterday's bread: Recipes with stale bread, a measure to tackle the...

Photo Competition by Eco-Congregation Scotland: Pass the Planet

1 February 2018
Eco-Congregation Scotland is running a photographic competition. Photos can be in any of ten categories and taken on a camera or phone. Judging will take...

Klimafasten: A German campaign during Lent

31 January 2018
The time between the Ash Wednesday and the Easter is for repenance and looking back, for the Lent and prayer. Our fellow human beings and...

Churches in France encourage ecological conversion

27 January 2018
The Council of Christian Churches in France (CÉCEF) is encouraging local churches to support a recently created Green Church environmental certification label, asking that offerings...