Could a carbon tax on the richest 1% be a tool for climate justice?
In 2015, Pope Francis made a powerful intervention in the story of climate change. His encyclical Laudato Si set out a vision for addressing climate change, confronting injustice and working … Continue reading The letter – watch the Laudato Si film
John D Anderson considers the legacy of oil, and the many reasons for leaving it in the ground and moving on. In 1859 oil was struck in Pennsylvania. Oil ‘gushers’ … Continue reading We do not need to incinerate creation
Ruth Jarman shares her talk to the Green Christian event On the Road Together in Earley, looking at the climate crisis and the choices before us. Bible reading: Deuteronomy 30: … Continue reading Choose life, choose joy in enough
Who owns the wind? asks David McDermott Hughes in his book of the same title. It’s partly rhetorical – nobody owns the wind! – and partly not. Landowners certainly seem … Continue reading Who owns the wind?
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?