Operation Noah is a Christian charity working with the Church to inspire action on the climate crisis

Latest news

November 2023 Newsletter

1 December 2023

In our latest newsletter, we preview COP28, learn about a partnership between the Diocese of Leeds and the Woodland Trust, look back at our recent conference with FaithInvest, advertise our need for a Fundraising Officer, wonder why the Diocese of Chichester has voted to stay invested in fossil fuels and much more. Read the full newsletter here.

Read more

COP28: The Urgency for Action and How to Get Involved

23 November 2023

COP28 comes at a crucial moment as scientists say the world must reduce emissions by 42% by 2030 to avoid the most severe impacts of global heating. However, emissions are still going up, with fossil fuel companies planning to increase production. And according to a report out this month from the International Energy Agency, last year fossil fuel companies were responsible for a minuscule 1% of global investment in renewable energy. Here, we discuss what’s at stake as world leaders gather in the UAE and how you can get involved.

Read more

Job Opportunity: Fundraising Officer

21 November 2023

Operation Noah is hiring a self-employed Fundraising Officer for 14 hours a week. The application deadline is Friday 8 December 2023. We are looking for an experienced and motivated person to work alongside the Bright Now Campaign Director to ensure further funding for the Bright Now campaign. The Bright Now campaign encourages UK Churches to divest from fossil fuel companies and invest in climate solutions – working with partners in the UK and globally.

Read more

A Sad Day in Chichester

20 November 2023

On Saturday 18th November I joined a group of Christian Climate Action campaigners in holding a vigil as members arrived for Chichester Diocese’s Synod which was to vote on whether or not to remain invested in fossil fuels. We were then invited in to observe the debate. What follows is based on the notes I made as people spoke.

Read more

Registered charity number 1138101

By Stuart Magog