Indigenous peoples uniquely equipped to combat climate change

World Council of Churches Photo: Presbyterian Church in Taiwan (PCT) 04 July 2019 Indigenous peoples are not only on the frontline of climate change impacts, they are also uniquely equipped with expertise to help defend ecology. Two groups – the Ecumenical Indigenous Peoples’ Networks Reference Group and the Working Group on Climate Change of the … Continue reading “Indigenous peoples uniquely equipped to combat climate change”

“Was COP 24 really a success?” – Jessica’s final reflections from the global climate conference

Jan. 17th, 2019 Photographer: Sean Hawkey It’s been a month since COP 24 ended in Katowice, Poland. When describing my experience, I often get asked: Was COP 24 a success? In some ways it was. COP 24 finished with the completion of the Katowice Climate Package (Paris Rulebook) – a rulebook that lays out how … Continue reading ““Was COP 24 really a success?” – Jessica’s final reflections from the global climate conference”

Anglicans around the world responded to the annual ecumenical Season of Creation

Posted on: October 17, 2018   Young People from the Lusitanian Church take part in a beach clean up in Portugal Photo Credit: Green Anglicans The annual Season of Creation, which ran from 1 September – the Day of Prayer for Creation – until 4 October – St Francis Day – was celebrated by Anglicans … Continue reading “Anglicans around the world responded to the annual ecumenical Season of Creation”

Anglican Primates respond to Archbishop of Canterbury’s request on Letters for Creation

Posted on: September 18, 2018   Season of Creation Leaders of some of the Anglican Communion’s 39 provinces have responded to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s invitation to write Letters for Creation. To help promote the Season of Creation, which runs from 1 September to 4 October, Archbishop Justin asked his fellow Primates to set out … Continue reading “Anglican Primates respond to Archbishop of Canterbury’s request on Letters for Creation”

N.B. Anglican gets up-close look at how some Malawi farmers are coping with climate change

By Joelle Kidd May 7, 2018 Rabi Gondwe and her husband, Amua Ndovi, discuss their food security project with participants of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank learning tour in Kapambwafu Village, Malawi. Photo: Shaylyn McMahon   In early February, while snow still settled on Canadian driveways and rooftops, Debora Kantor was experiencing heat and rainy season … Continue reading “N.B. Anglican gets up-close look at how some Malawi farmers are coping with climate change”