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Date posted: 20 January 2016
“The Paris climate summit has reignited hope”, says former Operation Noah board member Bishop David Atkinson, writing with Ian Christie in Church Times. But they issue a challenge, too: nine New Year Resolutions for the Church of England.
Date posted: 23 September 2015
Board members Jean Leston and Alex Mabbs represented Operation Noah at the ‘Reconciling a Wounded Planet’ conference in Coventry. Jean reports on the lessons learned.
Date posted: 6 August 2015
Read about the Baked Alaska theatre tour, divestment news from the Methodist Church and Church of England, faith leaders speak out on climate change.
Date posted: 5 May 2015
Press release, 1 May: The Church of England divests £12 million from thermal coal and tar sands companies and states that it will divest from other fossil fuel companies that do not take seriously their responsibility to assist transition to low-carbon economy.
In a new climate change policy, the Church of England has taken a significant step towards divestment by excluding companies deriving more than 10% of their revenues from tar sands and thermal coal, deeming such companies to be inconsistent with the transition to a low-carbon economy. The Church has also committed to increase its investment in climate adaptation and sectors such as renewable energy. Read more
Date posted: 31 March 2015
Twenty Anglican bishops have just released a statement entitled The World is our Host for Good Friday, which calls Churches to urgent prayer and action for climate justice and ‘sets a new agenda on climate change for the 85 million-strong Anglican Communion.’ Operation Noah welcomes this strong and positive statement, with its clear emphasis on the need for practical and prayerful action by Christians everywhere. Read more
Date posted: 18 November 2014
Press release, 17 November 2014: On Saturday, Oxford Diocese called on the Church of England to disinvest from fossil fuel companies and now pledges to examine its own investments.
Oxford Diocesan Synod has passed a resolution urging the Church of England’s National Investing Bodies to disinvest from fossil fuel companies. The resolution was passed with a majority of 52 in favour, with 37 against and seven abstentions. Read more