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On Ash Wednesday, Progressio was delighted to add its name to a call to the Church to reflect, pray and act on climate change and environmental degradation in our world.
UK-based global development agency Christian Aid has called on governments to build a 'Noah's Ark' at the UN climate change talks in Durban.
Churches around the country have been holding 'Oil Fast' services in a day for action and reflection for lifestyle changes and spiritual inspiration.
Operation Noah (ON) the churches environmental charity, is launching an 'Oil Fast' on Sunday 3 October as part of its “Exodus from carbon”.
Britain’s new coalition government “needs to be reminded that there is no economy and there are no jobs on a dead planet”, Christian Ecology Link has declared.
Friend of Ekklesia and blogger on our site Mark Dowd will be reporting with a series of short videos from the Copenhagen climate summit.
There's been a sudden sea change in government language regarding the climate crisis.
In an Operation Noah lecture at Southwark Cathedral, the Archbishop of Canterbury has set out a Christian vision of how people can respond to the looming environmental crisis.
Imagine a giant panda, lion, lioness and cubs and a Siberian tiger on a twenty five foot long ark outside one of Britain’s premier cathedrals.
Channel Four is running a series called "Daredevils" and the trailer for Monday night's offering ran like this: