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VIDEO: We are the Body of Christ so we feel the pain of all creation

In this Living Reconciliation video, the Revd Margot Hodson, vicar of the Haddenahm Benefice in Buckinghamshire, UK, referring to Paul's letter to the Colossians, speaks about the responsibility of all Christians to care for the Earth as God's creation.

Mrs Hodson was meeting with other Christians at the conference “Reconciling a Wounded Planet” held at Coventry Cathedral 18-19 September 2015 to consider stories of hope in the face of the growing global environmental crisis.

22 September 2015 | YouTube | Open media

VIDEO: Northern Argentina Bishop seeks climate justice

In the Diocese of Northern Argentina in the Anglican Church of South America, Bishop Nicolas Drayson relates how the lives of Indigenous people in the Chaco region have been affected by extensive and continuing deforestation: “In a very real sense the [Indigenous communities] weep for the cutting down of the forest because it is the destruction of their home. As we face climate change we mourn for the destruction of our home, our planet. The changes that are taking place don’t affect just one part of the world; they affect us all, and particularly those without a voice – the Indigenous people.”

An Anglican Bishops for Climate Justice video produced by the Anglican Communion Environmental Network.

15 September 2015 | YouTube | Open media

VIDEO: Archbishop Thabo Makgoba seeks climate justice

The Archbishop of Cape Town, Primate of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, is a global climate advocate for the ACT Alliance.

In this video he says that “We know that climate change affects the most vulnerable, particularly women. It is both a moral and a justice issue; but Pope Francis has also added that it is a spiritual matter."

He calls on Christians to "act now, sign the [climate change] petition and call on our leaders to be bold."

09 September 2015 | YouTube | Open media

VIDEO: Australian Suffragan Bishop seeks climate justice

Suffragan Bishop Tom Wilmot in the Archdiocese of Perth, Anglican Church of Australia, welcomes the moral leadership provided by the Papal Encyclical Laudato Si’ and reflects on the situation in Australia.

With the December 2015 UN climate summit COP 21 in view, he asks for prayers for a change of heart among politicians who continue to deny the human-induced acceleration of climate change.

An Anglican Bishops for Climate Justice video produced by the Anglican Communion Environmental Network.

28 August 2015 | YouTube | Open media

VIDEO: Filipino Bishop of Davao seeks climate justice

The Rt Revd Jonathan Casimina, Bishop of Davao in the Episcopal Church in the Philippines, describes the brutal consequences of increasingly severe weather events, and in particular the typhoons that have caused death and destruction in his area.

He concludes, “Climate justice is the people's demand ... If we partake of the eucharist, we must be willing to become eucharist for others, blessed, broken and given".

An Anglican Bishops for Climate Justice video produced by the Anglican Communion Environmental Network.

19 August 2015 | YouTube | Open media

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