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These articles give views and comments on recent events. They may be a view discussed and presented on behalf of the GC steering committee or the view of the individual author.

There is no more “later” – The Time is Now.

I have recently been working as an exam invigilator, supervising GCSE and A-Level students in one of the top boys Grammar schools in London. In between collecting in their mobile phones and handing out extra paper, there has been quite a lot of time to think.

I think about the boys and wonder whether they are interested in what they are studying or if it is just a means to an end for them.

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What are you doing about it mummy?

A journey of awareness and action

First published in Woman Alive magazine, June 2019

Last Summer, in temperatures approaching 30 degrees C, I was walking through London with my eight-year-old son. He was crying. This in itself was not unusual, he is a sensitive child, and it was incredibly hot and dusty.

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Extinction Rebellion and Faith

Thalia Carr has written these two articles on the Christian Climate Action web site about the relationship between Extinction Rebellion (XR) and her Christian faith.

What do we as Christians have to learn from Extinction Rebellion?

I was fortunate to spend some time with rebels at Marble Arch and Parliament Square last week.

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Green Christian response to the Fracking Consultation!

The Government is seeking views on the principle of granting planning permission for non-hydraulic shale gas exploration development through a permitted development right.

See the consultation here and add your response

This consultation closes at
11:45pm on 25 October 2018

You can respond as an individual,

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Kingship, Stewardship or Kinship

From Kingship to Kinship

Peter Grimwood reflects:-

 

For Green Christians and, let’s face it, for everyone how we understand our connection to creation and to the creator is the key question. There seem to be three ways of thinking about this which I would summarise as:

                               kingship,    

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Green Christian Response to the EU Referendum

(See also the earlier post in June:  Some thoughts on the EU Referendum)

The outcome of the referendum on 23 June 2016 has far-reaching implications for the work and witness of UK environmental organisation ‘Green Christian’.

  • We undertake to enable and encourage people to pray and struggle with the realities which the vote has revealed.

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Some thoughts on the EU Referendum

(See also the more recent post on 18 July:– Green Christian Response to the EU Referendum)

The vote to leave the EU has come as a shock to many members of Green Christian.  Here are some comments by some of our members,

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John the Baptist and Jono Moylan: Resistance to coal in heat-afflicted Australia

By Miriam Pepper

It was predicted to be a hot summer in eastern Australia, with a return to dry El Nino conditions after two back-to-back wet La Nina years. And hot it has been indeed. Temperature records have tumbled across the country – including the hottest day,

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