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13th Assembly - Bad Herrenalb 2020

The 13th Assembly of European Christian Environmental Network will take place under the title: ‘Reconciled with creation: a call for urgent action on climate and biodiversity’ from 29 August – 2 September 2020 in Evangelical Academy Bad Herrenalb (Germany). The Assembly will offer a broad ecumenical platform for strengthening cooperation and for sharing on activities related ecology, climate change and nature protection among representatives from....

HERJ (Hungarian Educational Research Journal) Volume 9 Issue 4 entitled “Environment” is just arrived.

11 February 2020
The issue discusses theoretical concepts of Education for Sustainable Development and school development. Furthermore it demonstrates different practices too. Research papers in Section II are...

“Kairos for creation” publication offers theological response to climate emergency

7 February 2020
A new publication on eco-theologies and climate justice, entitled "Kairos for creation - Confessing hope for the earth,” has been released by a group of...

European Green Deal: Preserving our Common Home

29 January 2020
Dialogue Seminar on “European Green Deal” at the European Parliament, Brussels.

Statement from Church Leaders ahead of 31st January 2020, and letter to European partners

29 January 2020
On Friday 24th January, Church Leaders released a joint statement regarding the UK’s imminent exit from the European Union. This was accompanied by a letter...

Church of England launches energy rating tool as Synod considers new ‘net zero’ carbon target

28 January 2020
The Church of England is launching an energy rating system similar to those used for household appliances to help monitor the carbon footprint of its...

Australia: Consoling, helping, connecting

28 January 2020
Lutherans support those suffering losses during the bushfire crisis (LWI) – "If you can take a positive out of this tragedy, it’s the fact that...

WCC general secretary, with urgent concern, calls for immediate creative action on climate emergency

19 December 2019
In a pastoral letter to the global fellowship, World Council of Churches general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit expresses urgent and earnest concern over...

Interfaith group delivers message to COP25

13 December 2019
“If we should be true to our faith, we cannot be quiet when we see what is happening,” reads the declaration of the Interfaith Liaison...

Protecting the most vulnerable while working for climate justice

4 December 2019
New study introduces mutuality, solidarity, accountability and financial transparency as principles for climate justice (LWI) How is it possible to take into account the well-being...