Category Archives: Action
I think we should not choose between landfill and incineration. It is a bit like choosing between coal and nuclear power stations – both have upsides and serious downsides. In Powys in Wales, the communities of Presteigne and Norton hit … Continue reading
(Note - World Environment Day is 5 June every year) This is the third year of the UN Decade on Biodiversity 2011-2020 The Sunday nearest to World Environment Day is celebrated as Environment Sunday Environment Sunday was first chosen by A Rocha as the … Continue reading
CEL member and Local Groups Coordinator, Isabel Murdoch, writes: Would you like to record the timings of spring and autumn events in the natural world for the Woodland Trust’s phenology team as I do, and so contribute their research? You … Continue reading
Tanya from County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland writes the following. She is a member of CEL prayer community “I’ve been involved recently in raising awareness of the licence granted for shale gas extraction, using fracking, where I live in County Fermanagh, Northern … Continue reading
On the 24th April the CEL will be supporting biofuelwatch in their demonstration at the DRAX AGM in London.DRAX plans to convert its coal facility to dual-fuel burning biomass imported from abroad. Although assurances have been given that this will … Continue reading
The Democracy and Sustainability Platform is now live. Read its Manifesto and join the movement! CEL held a workshop on Democracy and Sustainability at our last CEL’s Annual Members Meeting in November 2012. The organisation “Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable … Continue reading
19 March: At Pope Francis’ inaugural mass this morning, his sermon included these inspiring words: “Let us protect Christ in our lives, so that we can protect others, so that we can protect creation! The vocation of being a “protector”, … Continue reading
If you are under 30 (ish) please could you answer some of the questions in the questionnaire below
And if you are over 30 but have family or friends under 30, please do invite them to help us by contributing.
1. What activities and projects would draw you and people of your age into an environmental network ?
2. How can Christian Ecology Link integrate younger people into its network ?
3. What would the Christian Ecology Link network have to look like for you to want to join it ?
4. What sort of actions should Christians be undertaking in the light of current environmental problems ?
5. Do you have any ideas or proposals for changes that Christian Ecology Link might like to consider, either to the nature of its project work or its organisation ?