Ethical Investment

Investment is not a ‘morally neutral’ activity.  We as individuals, and as a Church, have an opportunity and a responsibility to be actively involved in the way our finances are managed on our behalf. We should not be passive consumers …

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Taking a Stand

Who is responsible for looking after the earth? Climate change, the consequence of everyday activities by each of us, is having a measurable impact on this precious planet. The projected outcome of carrying on as we are is unthinkable; but …

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Eco Church

Our faith has a lot to say about the natural world, and churches have a huge part to play in caring for God’s earth – loving God and all he has made should impact everything in our church lives. The …

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Our Carbon Footprint

A carbon footprint is defined as the total amount of greenhouse gases produced to directly and indirectly support human activities, usually expressed in equivalent tons of carbon dioxide (CO2). When you heat your house with coal, oil, or gas, then you also generate CO2. “Carbon” is shorthand …

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