As we conclude our Season of Creation we reflect on the way small actions of faith can achieve incredible change.
Through prose and poetry, Tau’alofa Anga’aelangi challenges us to repent of our sense of separation from the Fonua, and to reconnect with the Earth family.
As record breaking storms threaten to become the new normal, Mahala Grace calls churches to preach about ecological ethics as we ‘follow the one who is our shelter from the heat and the storms.’
Since 1970, there has been a staggering 60% decline in mammal, bird, fish and reptile populations. Dr Byron Smith reflects on the extinction of the humble Bramble Cay melomys, an indistinct rat living on a tiny sand island in the Torres Strait, inviting us to notice, pause and grieve.
Resources to prepare you and your church for the global #ClimateStrike on September 20th.
Through her research, Nicola Fraser has watched corals bleach and die, and kelp forests disappear as waters warm up. Fish are migrating to cooler waters, but where will the fish in the Antarctic go?
Brooke Prentis reflects on the interconnectedness of all things in creation, encouraging us to come together, lament and rally.
On September 20th, students and young people, invite all of us to gather at the #ClimateStrike, calling on the Government to demand climate justice for all.
Millions of school students around the world are striking on September 20 to demand urgent climate action. Why are students ‘striking’ from school? Why should we support them and encourage other adults to do likewise?
Jason John calls for Australia to have a prodigal moment, a Zacchaeus moment, turning around now.