On Sunday 18th February Eco-Congregation Scotland’s Environmental Chaplain, Trevor Jamison, preached at St Columba’s by the Castle Scottish Episcopal Church in Edinburgh. This was an occasion to celebrate St Columba’s receiving their Eco-Congregation Silver Award, and Trevor is seen here, presenting it to representatives from the congregation.
A young satellite-tagged golden eagle has disappeared in highly suspicious circumstances in the Pentland Hills, just seven miles from the Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh. Chris Packham investigated and spoke to Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham. More on this story here.
The University of Edinburgh Chaplaincy Centre has a free event with refreshments at 5.30pm on Tuesday the 6th February on ‘The personal politics of Climate change what makes us care?’ This is open to members of the public. For more information and booking please go here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-personal-politics-of-climate-change-what-makes-us-care-tickets-41419144777
Saughtonhall United Reformed Church are hosting a film night on Saturday the 3rd February at 6.30pm. This Film, ‘Before the Flood’ is a follow-up to the evening many of us attended with Katharine Hayhoe. Leonardo DiCaprio travels on a journey as a United Nations Messenger of Peace, visiting five continents and the Arctic to witness
Queensferry Parish Church is the latest congregation to receive one of our new awards. The assessors particularly commended the church for its: work with the local community activities associated with Fair Trade and other charities working in parts of the world affected by climate change; imaginative and varied Earth Hour events commitment to reducing their
Augustine United Church on George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, is hosting an Eco Advent Calendar-making event on November 26th, from 5-6:30 pm. This is to help people consider how to celebrate advent in a sustainable way. Come along if you need ideas for your permanent advent calendar or make an advent calendar from nature or recycled
A unique opportunity to hear Katharine Hayhoe from North America, an evangelical Christian and climate scientist named in TIME magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World 2014 and Fortune’s 50 World’s Greatest Leaders. She will be in conversation with Alastair McIntosh, Scotland’s celebrated author and human ecologist, in a discussion chaired by leading mediator