Opening Talk at the Trinity Institute conference on Water Justice, live from Cape Town, South Africa.
Raymond Chang, environmental scientist, Beca 12 March 2017.
St Matthew-in-the-City, Auckland, New Zealand
This study looks at the setting up of marine protection areas (MPAs) as an example of good stewardship, and how it might exemplify the theological concerns of sabbath, justice and humility.
Sermon preached at St Paul’s Cathedral, London, by the Revd Canon Prof John Rodwell as part of the Lent Sermon Series for JustWater
The World Bank hosts a Water Blog that looks at water-related issues from a wide variety of authors.
SFG has developed the Blue Peace approach that transforms trans-boundary water into an instrument for cooperation, with collaborative and sustainable strategies, shared by riparian countries.
Author: Claire Foster and David Shreeve Publisher: Church House Publishing ISBN: 978-0715141274 Many churches are taking action to reduce their carbon footprints. But recycling and changing lightbulbs are only the first steps. Written by the authors of How Many Lightbulbs Does it Take to Change a Christian?, this handbook gives clergy and church leaders the tools […]
Author: Claire Foster and David Shreeve Publisher: Church House Publishing ISBN: 978-0715141274 Did you know that changing just one high energy lightbulb to a low energy one saves 75kg of carbon dioxide a year? That’s 7,500 party balloonsful. This full-colour book provides hundreds of practical ideas for making SMALL changes to your lifestyle that can make […]
A Rocha UK’s Award Scheme
A petition to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline