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Chair’s annual report 2019

Posted in: Featured, Reports
Date posted: 3 July 2019

This annual report was presented by Nicky Bull, Chair of Operation Noah, at our AGM on 29 June in London.

2018 now seems rather a long time ago and although it can be useful to look back we are much more about looking forward, especially at this crucial time for the planet. Nevertheless there are things that I need to highlight about Operation Noah’s year 2018.

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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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Chair’s annual report: June 2018

Posted in: Featured, Reports
Date posted: 21 June 2018

Find out about Operation Noah’s activities over the past year, including a bungee jump, a new study guide and a report on fossil fuel divestment.

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Helping conservative Christians rethink climate change: a new study guide to link faith and environmental action

Posted in: Featured, News
Date posted: 29 May 2018

Front cover of the study guide, with photo of a small church in the mountains.

Operation Noah has launched a new, Christ-centred study guide to help conservative Christians to make the connection between caring for creation and faith.

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Don’t mention the warming

Posted in: Comment, Featured
Date posted: 25 April 2018

A church in the mountains.

Stephen Edwards, Operation Noah’s outreach campaigner, looks at the obstacles that prevent our fellow Christians from relating to environmental issues – and what we might do to change this.

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2018: time for the church to take a lead on climate change

Posted in: Comment, Featured
Date posted: 29 January 2018

Girl brushing snow from a solar panel.

The coming few years will be critical in the fight for climate justice. It is time for the churches to take this seriously.

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