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Churches in Britain and Ireland will observe a ‘Time for Creation’ between 1 September and 4 October, in the run-up to the next United Nations climate change summit due to take place in Copenhagen at the end of the year.
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.
There are positive features to the 2009 UK budget, says Ann Pettifor. But many of them look meagre compared to the scale of the problems and the missing Green New Deal.
To mark Earth Day on 22 April, free copies of The Green Bible are being sent to seminary professors and administrators by the National Council of Churches USA Eco-Justice Programmes and its publisher.
Millions of people worldwide have been switching off lights for an hour at 8.30pm local time today, in what is described as the biggest climate change protest ever attempted.
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.
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