One of the heroes of the creation care movement in southern Africa, Fr. Sam Sifelani died a few days ago in a freak auto accident. He was considered a giant among Green Anglicans, an energetic and effective outreach effort in the region. One of his friends wrote this on Facebook: […]
Here are a few recent news stories that should be encouraging to you (h/t Carol Phelps) 1) In a Bold Move, California’s Governor Issues Ban on Gasoline-Powered Cars as of 2035 https://insideclimatenews.org/news/23092020/california-auto-cars-gasoline-electric-vehicles-gavin-newsom 2) 09-21-20 WORLD CHANGING IDEAS This is what a zero-emissions city looks like Oslo has an ambitious goal to cut […]
Tired of watching the same old shows during your pandemic lockdown? Chris Elisara, one of the co-leaders of the Lausanne/WEA Creation Care network, Director of the WEA Creation Care Task Force and a long-time advocate for better urban planning, has been working with a couple of friends to produce what […]
Calling academics with knowledge of environment, theology, and the Middle East: Tearfund UK needs you. They are advertising for a research consultant who will be able to produce a written report on “Environmental and Economic Sustainability (that is, both economic theology and creation care theology, and the intersection thereof ) […]
Many of us struggle with how to bring our love for God’s creation and our desire to help creation heal into our every day lives. That is what ‘Love Your Place’ is all about – this is a monthly subscription program from A Rocha USA (sorry, at this time membership […]
The Templeton Prize is one of the largest annual awards given to an individual (it is actually a bigger award than the Nobel Peace Prize), and this year has been awarded to Dr. Francis Collins, Director of the US National Institutes of Health, and known for his early work on […]
Three recent publications in the area of creation care are worth your time.