The Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church agree that Christians must act on climate change.
The Church of England’s lead bishop on the environment shares the Vatican statement’s clear view that climate change is largely caused by human activity and mitigating it is a ‘moral and religious imperative for humanity’. The Bishop of Salisbury, Nicholas Holtam, said:
“Climate change is the greatest moral challenge of our day, for people of all faiths and people of no faith.
Great Waste Workshops are a roaring success with families and Mayor
The Mayor of Winchester helped create some fierce trashosaurus rexes and bottledactyls at the Great Waste workshop last week at the Winchester Discovery centre. Over 30 families came to the drop-in workshops to make dinosaurs out of waste materials such as milk bottles, plastic bags and cardboard.
The Great Waste, the latest project from local climate change charity Winchester Action on Climate Change, has had an exceptionally successful first month.
Help make politicians of all parties understand that climate change is the most important issue they face. 2015 is a crucial year for the future of humanity, leading up to the Paris conference in December. This is what you can do.
A recent report* estimates that most of the known reserves of coal, oil and gas must remain in the ground.
Barton Farm School - links to website to send in your views....
The lawyers for EDF who are appealing against the planning decisions to refuse permission for the wind farm at Bullington Cross have sent additional information, which we have copied below (with some shortening). The main points are...
10:10 invite you to sign a big petition to hit the desk of the new enrgy minister the day they are appointed, asking them to give communities the right to supply local energy for a fair price.