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Eco Church
​A new programme of environmental action and awareness-raising by A Rocha UK in partnership with The Church of England, The Methodist Church, Tearfund and Christian Aid. It aims to equip congregations to care for creation and integrate environmental care throughout their church life in five key areas: worship and teaching; management of buildings and land; community and global engagement; the personal lifestyle of church members.

Shrinking the Footprint
The Church of England’s national environmental campaign. It aims to challenge, encourage and support the whole body of the Church to shrink our environmental footprint.

Climate Justice Fund
The Church of England’s national environmental fund in partnership with Tearfund. The Climate Justice Fund gives you and your church the opportunity to compensate for the size of your carbon footprint. The website also provides campaigning actions, and resources to help you pray and talk about this issue with others.

Stop Climate Chaos
A climate change coalition of more than 100 organisations and their 11 million supporters, working together for positive action around climate change.

Operation Noah
A climate change campaign founded by Christian Ecology Link (CEL) and the Environmental Issues Network of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.

Christian Aid
An international development charity, working with people of all faiths and none in around 50 countries, to eradicate poverty with a major focus on climate change.

Hope for the Future

An ecumenical, nationwide campaign to encourage and equip individuals, churches and groups to lobby their MP on climate change.  

A Christian relief and development agency building a global network of churches to help eradicate poverty, with a major focus on climate change.

Friends of the Earth
Friends of the Earth campaigns for solutions to environmental problems.

Climate Change Day of Prayer
An initiative of the Environmental Issues Network of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and is supported by a number of British church leaders.

Environmental Issues Network
The EIN operates under the umbrella of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland. It aims to raise levels of awareness on issues relating to the environment and sustainability. It also helps member churches and other organisations explore together their theological understanding of creation and its ethical implications for environmental policy and action.

Christian Ecology Link
A UK organisation for Christians concerned about the care of the environment.

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