Over the last few weeks I have been helping to run Tearfund’s Christianity and Climate Change course at my church, along with friends in our eco-team. While the course itself … Continue reading A story written in carbon
The Climate Emergency Toolkit is a collaborative project to equip churches to declare a climate emergency. It includes resources to help congregations to form an action team, make a declaration, … Continue reading The Climate Emergency Toolkit
Personal lifestyle choices are a recurring theme in environmental discussions. On the one hand we have the many calls to ‘do our bit’, to make ‘small changes’ that add up. … Continue reading Do our personal actions matter?
This week climate negotiations at COP26 enter their second week. Today the agenda covers ‘loss and damage’, the cost of adapting, and the fact that some countries are affected more … Continue reading What do we mean by climate justice?
Catherine Masterman introduces a game, ‘Global Harvest’, to bring home the issues of food security and climate this harvest season. Apparently, despite the best efforts of Blue Peter, my children … Continue reading A game to explain food, inequality and climate
With the latest round of international climate talks (COP26) coming up in November, there’s been a lot of activity around the agenda and the priorities. All interest groups want to … Continue reading Why faith matters at COP26
If you’re interested in the environment, you probably know all about COP26, the upcoming climate talks in Glasgow in November. Perhaps you’re even campaigning on it in some form, signing … Continue reading Explaining COP26 to your church
John Daniels asks if the time has come for more drastic climate solutions – and if so, what do we risk? The recently published 6th Assessment Report by the Intergovernmental … Continue reading Do we finally need to pull the communication cord on climate?