Date posted: 20 May 2015
Operation Noah supports the People’s Pilgrimage launched by OurVoices in solidarity with all those affected by climate change around the world.
This is the chance for people of faith to join thousands of other pilgrims to make our call for climate action heard far and wide. Pilgrims across the globe will be taking both long and short journeys, visiting places at risk from climate change, sites of fossil fuel exploitation, places of community resistance and places that demonstrate inspiring solutions for a fossil-free future. Read more
Date posted: 8 May 2015
Date: Saturday 13 June 2015, 10.30am to 4.30pm
Venue: St Luke’s Church Centre, Great Colmore Street, Lee Bank, Birmingham B15 2AT
Please book your place at our Supporters’ Day and AGM here. Read more
Date posted: 6 May 2015
Read our latest newsletter for updates about our Supporters’ Day on 13 June; the climate lobby of Parliament on 17 June; general election manifestos’ climate policies; progress in the Church of England and the Methodist Church on fossil fuel disinvestment; Baked Alaska climate drama UK tour; and upcoming events. Read more
Date posted: 22 April 2015
Join us at the mass lobby of Parliament on 17 June for an inspirational day of action on climate change. This will be your chance to tell the new government to take strong action to protect everything we hold dear that is threatened by climate change. Over 10,000 are expected representing all constituencies in the UK to meet with their MPs.
Date posted: 23 March 2015
Show your love for creation!
Operation Noah is part of the Climate Coalition’s For the Love of … campaign. This is a great way to get the climate change message across through your church communities in an accessible way. There are online and downloadable tools available to get people thinking and talking about climate change, and to demonstrate that they care deeply about this issue. The campaign is designed to reach out to new audiences, in a positive way, who might not yet be engaged in the importance and urgency of acting on climate change. Read more
Date posted: 2 March 2015
The guest speaker, Scott Albrecht, veteran peace activist has said, ‘We have a responsibility, given to humanity by the Creator, and that is to tend to the Earth like one would to one’s own Mother. We need to develop a relationship of mutuality, love and respect and nurse her back to health!’