ecocell Documents

‘Journeys in carbon-free discipleship’

Read about our ecocell workshops:
Housing and Energy -fairness for all, London on Saturday 24th January 2015.
Just Food, London on Saturday 18th January 2014.
Travel, from A to B, London on Saturday 12th January 2013.
ecocell day with George Marshall, London on Saturday 21st January 2012.

ecocell  is for those of us who are willing to take on the very demanding commitment of completing the journey to sustainability.

We will commit ourselves to getting our carbon footprints down to the level required for sustainability. We will also ensure that we respect the laws of nature (in which we see the hand of our Creator) and the needs of the natural world, in all aspects of our lives.

ecocell  is for people already made significant changes to their lifestyle such as those listed in ‘Nine First Steps’. It will involve significant further learning, very committed action at the personal level, and at the local political level. We will be supported through prayer, poetry, stories and group activities, and by a range of resources available from Green Christian. We anticipate that this stage will take a period of about five years, to make the necessary changes in our lives.

Documents for download:

The ecocell Concept introduces ecocell, and its theological rationale.
Introducing ecocell elaborates further on ecocell.
First Module the introductory module to ecocell.
Core Module the base camp that we return to after each of our explorations on ecocell; where we support and challenge each other – and have fun.

Spreadsheets for recording your carbon footprint: blank Spreadsheet containing ecocell Footprint Calculator and Example Spreadsheet plus a friendly Guide Jan 2014.

The other modules enable participants to explore how best to reduce their emissions in particular areas.

  • Energy Use in The Home learning to use energy effectively.
  • Food Module learning to nourish ourselves in a sustainable way.
  • Transport Module
  • Other Stuff Module this module tasks us to look at the impacts and emissions of other things in our lives, for example white goods, electronic goods, clothes, furniture, books, newspapers etc and also services that we purchase such as those of a solicitor or cleaner, a ticket for the theatre, holiday accomodation and so on.
  • People Power Module. Few of us can directly influence the decisions of the public services and large corporations that can result in heavy carbon emissions and environmental damage. But collectively and through campaign organisations we may have more influence than we realise we can have, as this module explores.

Additional materials including facilitator documents to supplement the above can be found on ecocell additional materials.