We announced at our AGM in April that we were hard at work revamping our Awards scheme and would have more to say at a later date. Well that date has arrived and we’re pleased to reveal that as of the 1st of August 2017, we will be accepting applications for our new awards. A
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Religious leaders join interfaith rainforest initiative in Oslo. “New hope for world’s tropical forests arises as the Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, Daoist leaders join indigenous forest guardians to launch global effort to end deforestation”. Read more here
An interesting article raising the question of the carbon footprint of mobile phones. Worth a read
Its not all doom and gloom from across the pond. Here is a short and interesting article on how America will continue to mitigate climate change, with or without it’s President.
“This year, HeatHack has a student, Alexis Hadjivassiliou, who is choosing to understand the problems that churches have in “snagging” their heating systems – identifying problems with changes and demonstrating that there is a problem to the installer so that it can be rectified. He intends to develop guidelines that churches can follow if they
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On Sunday 18 June 2017, at 12 noon, at St Martin of Tours Episcopal Church on Dalry Road, local councillor Gavin Corbett unveiled their second Eco-Congregation Award plaque for the work of the church. This plaque is given by Eco-Congregation Scotland in recognition of St Martin’s continuing commitment to combating climate change through a range