Posts tagged 'policy'

Does God do politics?

Posted in: Comment
Date posted: 16 October 2017

Houses of Parliament

Stephen Edwards shares tips from Hope for the Future on the most effective approach for engaging with your local MP – vital skills if you want them to take climate change seriously.

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An environmental call to arms

Posted in: Comment
Date posted: 31 January 2017

Chimneys and Smoke

Radical action to halt climate change is needed more than ever, says David Atkinson, but as Christian disciples we need to do more.

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Operation Noah letter to Greg Clark MP

Posted in: News
Date posted: 15 August 2016

The new Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy was set up in July 2016 as a result of a merger between the Department of Energy and Climate Change and Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. The new Secretary of State is Greg Clark MP.

Operation Noah wrote to Mr Clark in August outlining their hopes and concerns regarding the new department. Read more

The Department of Energy and Climate Change: whitewashed tombs?

Posted in: News
Date posted: 17 December 2015

Operation Noah board members Ruth Jarman and Reggie Norton are also members of Christian Climate Action, which witnesses to the urgency of climate change. Under this banner, they have highlighted what they see as the hypocrisy of the Department of Energy and Climate Change.

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Newsletter May 2015

Posted in: Newsletters
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

Summary of general election climate policy headlines

Posted in: Comment
Date posted: 5 May 2015

A summary of each party‚Äôs manifesto statements on climate and energy policy is provided below, drawing upon a briefing produced by Quaker Peace and Social Witness ‘Reflections on the general election manifestos’. This summary draws out interesting headlines rather than being a full analysis of the policy implications of the manifesto statements and it does not compare like with like. Read more

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