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European church projects bring forward solutions to current environmental challenges

To share information about European churches’ work on care for creation, and to promote their environmental projects through networking, representatives of the European Christian Environmental Network (ECEN) visited Belarus from 30 September to 2 October 2019. The group included ECEN Secretary Rev. Dr Peter Pavlovic and ECEN moderator Per Ivar Våje from the Church of Norway. “We have been impressed by interest and quality of some church projects....

“Green reformation” consultation renews commitment to care for creation

16 May 2019
Over 30 seasoned theological educators, emerging theologians and researchers, church ministers and practitioners engaged in grassroots adult education gathered at the Ecumenical Institute Bossey, near...

Report on the 3rd climate pilgrimage 2018 to Katowice

10 May 2019
The idea of climate pilgrimages was developed in the framework of the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace launched by the World Council of Churches at...

Green Reformation: seeds of hope for an ecological theology

10 May 2019
An international consultation on "Green Reformation: Ecology, Religion, Education and the Future of the Ecumenical Movement,” organised by the World Council of Churches (WCC) department...

Juncker insists 2030 climate target is EU’s top priority, not 2050 plan

10 May 2019
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Thursday (9 May) that the EU should “concentrate on immediate and urgent” climate policies for 2030 rather than a...

Anglican Consultative Council passes environmental resolution

10 May 2019
The 17th Anglican Consultative Council, convened last week in Hong Kong, passed an environmental resolution recognizing that there is a global climate emergency and requesting...

Kirk must be at the forefront of leading changes to tackle climate change

2 May 2019
The Church of Scotland must be at the forefront of leading changes to tackle climate change. Rev Dr Richard Frazer, convener of the Church and...

WCC climate justice project selected as finalist for Keeling Curve Prize

2 May 2019
The World Council of Churches (WCC) intergenerational climate justice project has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Keeling Curve Prize, a recognition for initiatives...

WCC ‘Roadmap’ resource for eco-justice available in multilingual versions

30 April 2019
The most recent World Council of Churches (WCC) resource rooted to the congregational level of churches’ engagement in ecological and economic justice is now available...

Churches contribution to a sustainable society - Call for registrations

24 April 2019
Please note that the early bird registration option for the conference in Oslo 25-28 May 2019 is extended to 26 April . For details and...