Reflections on COP26: Part 2

This is a continuation of Dan Button’s personal story from COP26. Part 1 is here. Christian Presence at COP26 The Christian presence was very evident at this COP26 – highlighted by the strong emphasis on ‘climate justice’, humanitarian issues like water, refugees, debt relief, and the plight of poorer nations …

Let Glasgow Flourish

As our attention turns to COP26 and we hold hopes of progress on reducing harmful emissions across the world, we would do well to remember that God is overall –creator and sustainer. As Christians our relationship with God is direct and personal. When Glasgow received it Coat of Arms in …

Martin Hodson reviews “Environmental Thought. A Short History” by Robin Attfield

How did we get where we are?? What is behind the ethical and theological positions we take on the environment? Robin Attfield is a leading environmental philosopher and ethicist, and has been at the forefront of these areas for many years. Here he writes something slightly different, but related, a …

Shelly Dennison Reviews “Living Faithfully in the Time of Creation” Edited by Kathy Galloway & Katharine M. Preston

‘Living Faithfully in the Time of Creation’ is the Iona Community’s response to the COP26 Climate Change Conference, which will be held later this year in Glasgow – where the Community is based. The material comes from the Wild Goose Resource Group, members of the Iona Community and its Common …