Governments should acknowledge role of churches in peace-building, according to the Anglican Communion’s representative at the UN.
18 September 2019
Water taps in Cape Town could be switched off on 16 April, dubbed “Day Zero”, unless efforts to reduce usage are achieved.
05 February 2018
Young Anglicans were among an ecumenical group of Christians from across Africa who took part in a WCC Eco-School on Water, Food and Climate Justice.
15 August 2017
A Cape Town Anglican has devised an innovative way of drawing attention to the industrial and domestic pollution that poisons his city’s waterways.
01 August 2017
A roundtable discussion on Zimbabwe has taken place at Lambeth Palace, drawing together, amongst others, the Bishop of Matabeleland, a representative of the British Foreign Office and a water supply expert who has worked extensively in a number of African countries.
24 May 2017
The demand for water is expected to increase 55 percent by 2030 and at the same time global water resources may only meet 60 percent of the world’s needs.
27 March 2017
The Archbishop of Cape Town, Thabo Makgoba, has said the problem of water supply and sanitation illustrates why South Africa “is one of the most unequal countries in the world.”
07 February 2017
The US government has said it will not allow the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe, the drinking water source for the Standing Rock Sioux Nation.
06 December 2016
The Presiding Bishop of the US-based Episcopal Church has expressed his concern over the policing of protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
02 December 2016
The Church’s solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation remains resolute after nine days of emotional events in the campaign to protect the tribe’s land and water supply.
29 November 2016