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Climate change summit COP 27 – what comes after?

COP 27 in Sharm-el-Sheik ended as one of the most controversial COPs in history. The conference was marked by a significant mistrust between developed and developing countries, resulting in a growing lack of credibility in the process. An agreement was reached on the establishment of the fund for financing the increasing loss and damage caused by climate change, which is albeit only the principal decision and lacks any clarity on how to replenish....

Roman Juriga Award 2022

24 June 2022
ECEN Assembly has been an opportunity for handing over the Roman Juriga Award to the winners in 2022. The Award was set up for recognising...

Towards a sustainable and just financial system

20 May 2022
An Evangelical Perspective to Guide Reform Steps towards a Social and Ecological Transformation of the Financial Economy Financial crises and the growing economic inequality are...

Season of Creation 2022 

17 March 2022
The burning bush is the Symbol for the Season of Creation 2022. Today, the prevalence of unnatural fires are a sign of the devastating effects...

Per Ivar Våje: Climate Justice Diaries: 'A Question of Political Will and Guts'

16 February 2022
I was in Glasgow at COP26 as a representative from the Church of Norway, and I have been to some other COP meetings before. Did...

“Owl Nestbox” begins monitoring

7 February 2022
The Owl Nestbox project has been operating for 10 months and has reached the stage when it is possible to draw preliminary results. During this...

World Student Christian Federation reiterates calls for climate justice

1 December 2021
The World Student Christian Federation, already with a history of calling for climate justice, continues to urge action and commitment from world leaders. The federation...