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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....

Scotland must have a net zero carbon emissions economy by 2050

1 March 2019
Scottish legislators have been urged to commit to delivering a net zero carbon emissions economy by 2050 at the “very latest”. The challenge was issued...

Racism, climate change and economic justice in the spotlight of WCC international affairs meeting in Indonesia

27 February 2019
The 56th meeting of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Commission of the Churches on International Affairs took place in Bali, Indonesia, on 24 –...

Communities of Hope

26 February 2019
Professionals warn of a long-lasting ecological crisis. Pollution and climate change are facts, and the solution is being shown by small communities, including congregations, through...

Götterspeise und Teufelshörnchen – SchöpfungsZeit 2019

22 February 2019
Weltweit wird im September die SchöpfungsZeit gefeiert. oeku Kirche und Umwelt empfiehlt den Schweizer Kirchgemeinden, mit dem Slogan «Götterspeise und Teufelshörnchen» den Geschmackssinn zu thematisieren...