This video from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is aimed at scientists but is applicable to anyone communicating about climate change:
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The Council of Christian Churches in France (CÉCEF) is encouraging local churches to support a recently created Green Church environmental certification label, asking that offerings made at ecumenical services during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity go to help finance the initiative. The ecumenical eco-certification label called Eglise verte (Green Church) was publically launched
Over the summer of 2017, an incredible 18,000 people including Christian Aid Scotland supporters called on the Scottish Government to get ambitious about climate change. Campaigners old and new asked the First Minister to stand up to climate change and to create a better future for people in Scotland and around the world. We
The UK’s annual consumption of sandwiches has the same environmental impact as around eight million cars, scientists have claimed. The calculation takes into account the carbon footprint of 40 different sandwiches – homemade and ready-made – and looks at the packaging, how the ingredients are produced, and the food waste that is discarded. University of
Faith Action for Nature Eco-Congregation Scotland invites you to take part in an exciting new project being run jointly with the RSPB. Brand new resource packs for every season Activities for children and adults Opportunities to develop projects with exclusive support and guidance from local experts To find out more, including how to get involved,
Glasgow Presbytery of the Church of Scotland are holding a free seminar for congregations of any denomination who want to know more about becoming an eco-congregation. The event is on Saturday 3rd March at Springburn Parish Church. Here are the details: Programme for the day 1.00 welcome and introductions 1.10 short opening worship 1.30
Have you ever considered calculating your congregations carbon footprint? I recently spoke to Matthew Aitken of Dunscore Parish Church who have been doing this for the past few years and it is not as difficult as it sounds. Dunscore is a small village which lies 9 miles northwest of Dumfries with a population of around