Greenbelt 2017

Judith Allinson writes:

Greenbelt 2017 provided wonderful weather; There was excellent wheelchair access for people, and we enjoyed seeing people trundle past on the laid down pathway in their wheelchairs. (The grass may have been more bumpy)

Greenbelt 2017

Green Christian ran our stall with Operation Noah which worked well.

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Reclaiming the common good – book launch and reviews

One of the visitors at our Greenbelt stall was Virginia Moffatt who told us about the book “Reclaiming the Common Good – How Christians Can Re-Build Our Broken World” that she had just finished editing. She said  that there were copies on sale in the Church Publishing House Tent and that the formal launch would be on 20 Sept. 

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Posted in Book Reviews, News


Slow Travel part 6: end of the conference

In morning worship on the last day of the conference, Thursday, we heard from Diana, a Christian from Egypt, who explained to us some of the environmental pressures experienced across the Middle East, from drought and pollution, smog, and disputes over water supply (for example between Eritrea and Egypt over the Nile),

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Pressure mounts on Church of England to divest from Exxon

Christian campaigners are calling on the Church of England to disinvest from US oil giant ExxonMobil, on the basis of new evidence that the company intentionally misled the public on climate change.

prayer outside Church House Sept 2017On Wednesday 20 September, supporters of Operation Noah and Christian Climate Action held a vigil outside Church House in London,

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Posted in Energy, News


Plastic Reductions – Article for Parish Magazines

Barbara Echlin writes:

Some items are made up of different materials such as the pringles package.

Some items are easily recycled – , such as the plastic bottle of drinking

 

water, but the sheer number of them we are using is mind-blowing.

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Environment Songs Workshop at Settle Folk Gathering

Judith Allinson describes:-

Do you enjoy singing and music?  Do you enjoy being in nature and are you concerned about care of the environment? I answer yes for all – so have enjoyed collecting songs about care for the environment.

The Environment Songs workshop

  • held as a “Fringe”

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Slow travel Part Five: Learning from each other

Chilly mornings give way to warm and sunny days, and then the evenings become chilly again. Tonight is still and clear, and a star-gazing walk is planned later, after “Redeeming Eurovision” – home-made entertainment from the different nations represented here.

Almost at the end of the conference, I am very glad that I travelled,

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