BREAKING: DURING A COST-OF-LIVING CRISIS, THREE CHRISTIANS FOUND NOT GUILTY FOR INSULATE BRITAIN PROTEST

BREAKING: DURING A COST-OF-LIVING CRISIS, THREE CHRISTIANS FOUND NOT GUILTY FOR INSULATE BRITAIN PROTEST Three members of Christian Climate Action were found not guilty of causing a public nuisance by a Crown Court jury today in a jury trial relating to Insulate Britain’s campaign of nonviolent civil resistance last year. The campaign was undertaken to … Continue reading BREAKING: DURING A COST-OF-LIVING CRISIS, THREE CHRISTIANS FOUND NOT GUILTY FOR INSULATE BRITAIN PROTEST

Hear from an award-winning Sarawak Indigenous activist leader

“Even though we are up against powerful forces that profit from the destruction of communities and the planet, there are multitudes of people taking steps towards a different future all around the world.” Peter Kallang, Kenyah Community Leader  Save the date: Join us on Saturday January 14th on Zoom between 11am and noon On the 14th … Continue reading Hear from an award-winning Sarawak Indigenous activist leader

Protest at Cathedral pleas with Church of England to Divest from Fossil Fuels

Today Mary Smail protested at Derby Cathedral in a plea to the Church of England to divest from fossil fuels. After communion, Mary knelt down at the front of the Church, wearing sackcloth in an act of repentance for the Church. At the end of the service Mary took to the lectern and explained to … Continue reading Protest at Cathedral pleas with Church of England to Divest from Fossil Fuels

Church of England clergy join call to cut the ties with fossil fuels

Five Church of England priests were amongst 15 people from CCA who protested outside BAE Systems headquarters in London and Church House in London over both organisations’ links to the fossil fuel industry. They are calling on both organisations to “cut the ties” with fossil fuels. Rev Jonathan Herbert, Rev Helen Burnett, Rev Hilary Bond … Continue reading Church of England clergy join call to cut the ties with fossil fuels