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The Green Bible, reviewed here by researcher Simon Beard, illustrates that the message of the Hebrew and Christian scriptures is concerned not just with human beings but with the whole earth.
After the success of the recent rally in Coventry, it is vital to keep the ball rolling on climate change, says UK-based international development and advocacy agency Christian Aid.
Deep thinking about trees? Yes indeed. They are both a vital resource, a means of claiming the land, and at the same time contested political and religious symbols.
Some Norwegian church leaders want a five-year moratorium on oil and gas exploration on Norway's continental shelf in the North Sea, in particular off the Lofoten archipelago in the Arctic Circle.
The church must act on the destruction, poverty and injustice caused by climate change and face the theological challenges of global warming, says a new book by the head of theology at Christian Aid.
Every year furniture and household items in their millions are thrown away. Yet many of these can be reused to support people in need says a campaign which is involving community groups to recycle for change.
Opponents of the third runway at Heathrow airport, who say the government's expansion plans are an environmental disaster, are putting forward alternative plans for a rail hub there.
The way society deals with its sewage is indicative of its commitment to sustainability, a South African academic has told a gathering of theologians in Brazil in advance of the World Social Forum.
Brazilian liberation theologian Leonardo Boff, once a thorn in the side of the Vatican, is now on a mission to convince humanity of the desperate need to change its relationship to the environment.
Theologians from around the world are converging on Belém, near the mouth of the Amazon River in northeast Brazil, to develop a theology for the "sustainability of life on Earth".