A conversation between Hannah Malcolm, author and ordinand, and Tim Harris, botanist.Continue reading
Equips churches to take practical steps with their spending to shape a fairer, more sustainable world.Continue reading
Thank You for the Rain tells the story of Kisilu, a smallholder farmer in Kenya who has used his camera to capture the life of his family, and the human costs of climate change.Continue reading
2022 will see the launch of the Creation Care Champion Network.
There will be in person meetings for training, encouragement and honest conversation about the progress and challenges of Creation Care in our diocese.
Theologian and Director of the Evangelical Alliance’s One People Commission, Rev Dr Israel Oluwole Olofinjana, shares our reflection of the month for NovemberContinue reading
ECCR joins our voice with all those who are calling for climate justice, and whose eyes have been hopefully turned towards the COP26 international climate talks in Glasgow this past fortnight. Yet the Glasgow climate pact has not delivered the bold plan we urgently need.Continue reading
Throughout COP26, people of faith have united with activists from the Global South, feminists, youth and indigenous people to demand climate justice. Our movement has never been stronger and this must be the legacy from Glasgow to keep hope aliveContinue reading
The involvement of so many sectors of society in COP26 was an inspiration. Sadly, the response of governments is not yet adequate and we call for further actions that respond meaningfully to the magnitude of the emergency that we face.Continue reading
COP26 has delivered tiny steps forward when giant leaps are needed. This is particularly unjust for people in the Global South who are feeling the first and worst impacts of the climate crisis, despite being least responsible for causing it.Continue reading
An agreement was finally reached at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, which has now ended.
Here we outline how the churches and Christian groups are responding