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.

‘Energy and Climate Change - the Churches' Role and Voice’

10th Assembly of ECEN

27 September - 1 October 2014, Balatonszárszó (Hungary)
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15.Aug 14

Statement towards a nuclear-free World

Statement towards a nuclear free world, adopted as part of the Report of the Public Issues Committee by the World...

05.Aug 14

Excerps/Readings of Creation Theology

Readings in preparation for the Theology Working Group at the September 2014 Conference.

23.Jul 14

Green Action News for July and August 2014

Thoughts on culture and environmental awareness

The Creation Time Documents

Key documents related to Theology and Creation Time workgroup

10.Jul 14

A Bishops' Letter about the Climate

Church of Sweden, Bishops' Conferenc, Uppsala, 2014

Green Churches – Ecology, Theology and Justice in Practice

The World Council of Churches organised from 23 to 27 June in the Ecumenical Institute in Bossey, Switzerland a...

02.Jul 14

Common Declaration signed by Pope Francis and the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew

Declaration states the urgency of the protection of creation.

Texte de réflexion de la FPF sur le climat en vue de la COP 21

1er juillet 2014, la FPF se lance dans le jeûne pour le climat et publie un texte de réflexion intitulé "Les...

Bibliography of Creation Theology (Resources in English)

Helpful links and resources on the topic of Creation Theology

EU 2030 climate package: a reason for complaint?

The EU policy framework for climate and energy for 2020 to 2030 revealed at the end of January has soon become the...

Progress towards the 2020 energy efficiency objective and a 2030 energy efficiency policy framework

Public consultation launched by the European Commission. To contribute fill out questionnaire

EU Climate Policy: A policy framework for climate and energy in the period from 2020 to 2030

European Commission revealed at the end of January its new plans for tackling climate change and energy.

The theatre of God’s glory: a kaleidoscope of biblical perspectives on creation

This essay explores different biblical perspectives on these questions, and offers a kaleidoscope of different ‘colours...

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