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The Anglican Communion Environmental Network has met in Peru in a conference that also included Roman Catholic and ecumenical partners.
Young Christians aged 18-30 are being invited to apply for a programme addressing the links between environmental and socio-economic justice.
MSP Alison Johnstone has urged the Scottish Parliament to back calls from Scottish Environment LINK for a strong network of Marine Protected Areas.
People of faith are crucial in caring for the planet and mitigating the effects of climate change, says the head of the Alliance of Religions and Conservation.
The wholeness of creation and the commitment for justice are biblical insights that should guide Christian concern on climate change, a leading journal says.
Churches in India have been urged to promote "earth citizenship" by an Indian environmentalist with a special concern for women and ecology.
Anglican Bishop Geoffrey Davies, known to some as South Africa's "green bishop" says those who have exploited the African continent should repay an ecological debt to fund alternative energy sources.
Rich, powerful countries must accept equity as the basis for international climate change negotiations and a common agenda, says Kenyan theologian and ecologist Jesse Mugambi.
A new publication on economic and ecological justice by church-based economists and justice advocates in the Caribbean region is a call to action for churches worldwide, says the Guyanese editor of the book.
The evolutionary basis of cooperation and mobilising religious believers to act against global warming are two key elements in the fight against climate change, claims Lord May.
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