Archive: 2018 - Operation Noah

The death of hope?

Posted in: Comment
Date posted: 11 December 2018

This article was written by John Anderson and published in the Methodist Recorder. It explores the tension between hope and despair at the heart of the climate crisis, and how Christians might respond.

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What to expect from this year’s climate summit

Posted in: Comment
Date posted: 5 December 2018

As the latest UN climate conference gets underway in Poland, we run through some of the key issues to look out for. If you’re wondering what the terms ‘Just Transition’ or ‘People’s Seat’ might mean, read on…

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Statement on Extinction Rebellion

Posted in: News
Date posted: 20 November 2018

Operation Noah agrees with the reasons behind the Extinction Rebellion, i.e. that: We are facing an unprecedented global emergency. Our children and our nation face grave risk. The planet is in ecological crisis. We are in the midst of the sixth mass extinction event this planet has experienced.

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Act now for a brighter future

Posted in: Events
Date posted: 30 August 2018

A workshop and discussion evening in Cardiff on Saturday 29 September, led by James Buchanan from Operation Noah’s Bright Now divestment campaign.

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Meet Sālote, a seven-year-old witness from the frontlines of climate change

Posted in: News
Date posted: 15 August 2018

Operation Noah has launched a thought-provoking animated film, Sālote, to help Christians around the world recognise the human cost of climate change, and its particular impact on women and children.

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Meet Sālote, a seven-year-old witness from the frontlines of climate change

Posted in: Church resources, Communicating climate change, Featured
Resource type: Activities, Video and audio

Operation Noah has launched a thought-provoking animated film, Sālote, to help Christians around the world recognise the human cost of climate change, and its particular impact on women and children. An accompanying activity pack is also available to order or download.

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