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"Just because you have a small roof terrace and scant time to cultivate an allotment doesn't mean you can't use up your food waste, " said my sister in law.
At a time when respect for MPs is at an all time low, you'd be forgiven for taking a cynical view on any politician who is seen in public kissing babies.
As an eye-catching way of drawing attention to the huge importance of the looming Copenhagen Climate Summit and the threat to God's creation, it was right on up there.
The week started for me on Saturday in the glorious setting of Cathedral Green, Exeter.
How do you campaign on an issue like climate which requires the long view and can be complicated?
As I left St Mary’s Putney, where we held the Operation Noah AGM, I noticed that this was the place where Cromwell convened the Putney debates which presaged the English Revolution when parliament w
I’ve done it at last. It took courage, a stiffening of the spine (and of a range of other joints!) and a couple of hundred quid...
It has been another roller-coaster week. I am writing this from a volcanic island which is at once the most energy-sustainable place on earth and at the same time, the most financially unsustainable.
As the world prepares for this December’s crunch UN summit in Copenhagen, two of the Church of England’s leaders are to join forces with Operation Noah, and ecumenical organisation that campaigns on climate change.
The campaigns director of Operation Noah starts a new series of reflective pieces for Ekklesia in the run-up to the Copenhagen Summit in December '09.