EUROPEAN CHRISTIAN ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK

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ECEN is a church network promoting co-operation in caring for creation.

Ecological threats transcend national and confessional boundaries. The aim of the ECEN is to share information, experiences in environmental work among widely varied Christian traditions and to encourage a united witness in caring for God's creation. ECEN is the main working instrument of the Conference of European Churches for addressing the need for environmental engagement and responding to climate change.

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17.Jun 16

11th Assembly Outcome Statement ECEN 2016 – Helsinki

Water in a Sustainable Future - "Let justice roll down like waters" (Amos 5:24) ECEN is a network of Christians across...

16.Jun 16

Press Release of the 11th ECEN Assembly

Water in a sustainable future - More than 80 people from 23 European countries travelled to Helsinki...

13.Jun 16

Call for public action: Stop patents on plants and animals! We need to protect our favourite vegetables!

800.000 signatures and our favourite vegetables are sending out a very clear message: We will not let the big companies...

10.Jun 16

The ecological trail on church parish in Minsk is opened

On the 16-th of April on the territory of Orthodox church in the name of Saint Nicholas, Archbishop of Japan in Minsk...

06.Jun 16

31.May 16

19.May 16

Church of England Environment Lead Signs Major Climate Change Petition to UN

With evidence building that the first three months of 2016 were the hottest on record, the Church of England’s lead...

17.May 16

Climate change with Dr Katherine Hayhoe

Dr Hayhoe is a specialist in atmospheric science, and an evangelical Christian, who has taken upon herself a mission to...

14.May 16

Creation Time 2016

Material for Creation Time 2016 produced in Switzerland in German and French languages can be downloaded in following...

11th Assembly Outcome Statement ECEN 2016 – Helsinki

Water in a Sustainable Future - "Let justice roll down like waters" (Amos 5:24) ECEN is a network of Christians across...

Press Release of the 11th ECEN Assembly

Water in a sustainable future - More than 80 people from 23 European countries travelled to Helsinki...

How do we go ahead? - Evaluation of outcomes of COP21 in Paris

The agreement in Paris has received positive evaluations from many sides. It has been labelled as an ‘historic landmark...

ECEN welcomes Pope Francis’ encyclical “Laudato Si'”

“Laudato Si'” – an encouraging appeal for strengthening ecumenical efforts in care for creation. ECEN welcomes...

Assembly Outcome Statement

Find here, download and share the Assembly Outcome Statement