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?
John D Anderson considers the easy claims of companies making only token efforts towards climate change. Greenwashing is becoming a staple of the public relations industry. It means claiming that … Continue reading Greenwashing is whitewashing
Nine out of ten Christian young people are concerned about climate change. Just one in ten are confident their church is doing enough about it. That’s a finding from Burning … Continue reading Young Christians expect more on climate change
The British government has announced its ‘10 point plan’ for addressing the climate crisis. It includes some positive steps such as phasing out the sale of new petrol and diesel … Continue reading Will you support the CEE Bill?
Moments of crisis are often opportunities for change. They force us to think about what is most important, interrupt the status quo and crack open new possibilities. Several campaigns have … Continue reading A 10 point plan for a green recovery
Jonathon Porritt is one of Britain’s most respected environmentalists, as well as being a patron of Green Christian and a recent contributor to the ‘Re-imagining the Promised Land‘ festival. He … Continue reading Review: Hope in Hell, by Jonathon Porritt
Jo Musker-Sherwood, founder and director of Hope for the Future, writes about race, climate, and learning from her colonial ancestors. First published on Climate Emergence. Following my Grandpa’s army career … Continue reading Race, empire and the climate emergency