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From Fiji to Alaska - Eco bishops head for SA

Anglican bishops from some of the regions of the world most challenged by climate change – from Fiji to Argentina, and Namibia to Alaska – are to meet in Cape Town next week to work out strategies for achieving climate justice.

19 February 2015

Church of England investing bodies welcome Shell response on climate change

The Church of England’s national investing bodies have welcomed the decision by the Royal Dutch Shell Plc Board to recommend a vote in favour of a special resolution on climate change

02 February 2015

Church Commissioners largest private commercial forestry investor in UK

New Low Carbon Investments make Church Commissioners Largest Private Commercial Forestry Investor in UK 

15 December 2014

"Compensate the poor for climate change" - South India bishop

South India's deputy moderator has called for rich countries to compensate poorer countries for the impact of climate change.

08 December 2014

Bishops worldwide pray and fast for the climate

Episcopal colleagues in Salisbury, Johannesburg, Cape Town, New York and Fiji are all fasting for the climate today.

01 December 2014

Calling churches and communities to hold their Light for Lima vigil on Sunday 7th December

On Sunday 7th December 2014 the Our Voices campaign is asking churches and faith communities worldwide to hold a vigil at 8pm local time 

28 November 2014

Humanity's greed driving climate inaction: Archbishop of Polynesia

The Anglican Archbishop of Polynesia has urged G20 leaders to step up their efforts to tackle climate change.

17 November 2014

Anglican Communion voices speak out ahead of the G20 summit

Leading figures from the Anglican Communion are speaking out in advance of this weekend’s G20 meeting in Brisbane

13 November 2014

SA Archbishop calls on youth for help with Communion eco-strategy

Anglican youth worldwide have been asked to help determine the Anglican Communion's strategy to protect the environment.

10 November 2014

Christian Aid Turns To Prophets Of Old For Climate Change Hope

A new paper says lessons can be learned from Biblical prophets about how to challenge climate change

04 November 2014

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VIDEO: Father, make us one! Join young Christians praying for Christian unity

Features 

A cathedral celebrates 108 years of ministry in Manila

The Episcopal Church in the Philippines recently celebrated 108 years of its national cathedral.

Is religion to blame for war and violence?

Karen Armstrong’s book, Fields of Blood, is an ambitious project that looks closely at the interrelationship of religion and violence.