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Operation Noah’s Outreach campaign encourages churches and individual Christians throughout the UK to recognise climate justice as a necessary and important concern of contemporary Christian faith.
In particular, the campaign seeks to mobilise Christians to become actively and politically engaged on climate issues, to find common ground, and to find their voice in response to today’s climate crisis.
Started in 2016, the Outreach campaign works in collaboration with a number of faith-based and secular organisations, combining diverse methods to mobilise positive Christian action on climate justice. At present, this includes:
Through this campaign, we seek to demonstrate that climate change is an issue on which Christians can and should speak out, that their voices count, and that speaking out benefits the wider community and society as a whole. We also want to persuade fellow Christians that the climate crisis requires action from all of us, regardless of our background or political position.
The Outreach campaign has five key aims:
All too often, campaigning on climate justice has stressed the importance of individual and local action without promoting political and systemic change. Yet in confronting today’s climate crisis, this is not enough. Instead, a just response to climate change requires widespread change on a national scale shaped by political engagement, pressure and consensus.
In the wake of 2015’s landmark Paris Agreement, many have recognised that far-reaching change is needed to avoid irreversible damage to our societies and shared planet. Such change relies on dedicated government efforts, and an equally dedicated Church: now more than ever, we must come together to speak up for the good of all God’s creation.
If you are interested in learning more about this campaign and how you can get involved, we would love to hear from you!