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Green Globe 300WHOSE EARTH? EXAMINING A CHRISTIAN RESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
A talk given by Martin Charlesworth and others prior to Rio+20 summit. In June 2012, Newfrontiers along with Tearfund and A Rocha hosted a number of events ahead of the Rio+20 summit to explore how we can live on God’s earth God’s way today. more ...
Martin Charlesworth
Blog 1215 COP21 ConferenceCLIMATE CHANGE AGREEMENT IN PARIS - WHY DOES IT MATTER TO CHRISTIANS?
Most politicians and commentators have hailed the recent UN-sponsored climate change agreement in Paris as a great success. It is certainly a stark contrast to the indecision and wrangling that characterised the last attempt to reach a worldwide agreement more ...
Martin Charlesworth
Blog 0214 hand with sunCLIMATE CHANGE - A BURNING ISSUE THAT WON'T GO AWAY
Some people ask me why I keep on talking about climate change in the context of the work of Jubilee+. Well, the answer is simple: climate change is a vital issue of social justice and long-term human welfare. All people of faith should be concerned about more ...
Martin Charlesworth
Blog 0214 WaterTHE POLITICS OF WATER
I opened my newspaper the other day to read yet more distressing news of the impact of severe flooding in the UK. There were further dramatic pictures of flooded homes, besieged communities and swollen rivers. Then there were the interviews with harassed more ...
Martin Charlesworth
Paul Cook TearfundSEMINAR - F+J 2013 ISSUES: ENVIRONMENT
Paul Cook of Tearfund speaks at the Faith + Justice Conference 2013 on the topic of the Environment. more ...
Paul Cook
Blog 0113 ConferenceA CONFERENCE FOR YOU...YES, YOU
Some people say that faith and politics don’t mix – it’s this sort of sentiment that has often influenced large sections of the modern Church, leading to a serious disconnect between the Church and public policy. more ...
Martin Charlesworth
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