Why Methodist Central Hall Westminster should not have hosted the Shell AGM

Shell’s Board have made a decision not to reduce their carbon emission producing activities in line with what scientists tell us is necessary to prevent runaway climate change. Shell’s practices are destroying lives and livelihoods and wrecking the planet and the company continues not to take meaningful actions to redress this. They need to be … Continue reading Why Methodist Central Hall Westminster should not have hosted the Shell AGM

‘I am proud of our action; I am ashamed of the government; I acted out of love’ – Rev Dr Sue Parfitt’s Court Statement

This blog is a long read. It will take around 6-7 minutes to read. Rev Dr Sue Parfitt was in court on 1st February 2022 where she was convicted of contempt of court for breaking the government’s M25 injunction on 29th October and 2nd November last year. She did this as part of Insulate Britain … Continue reading ‘I am proud of our action; I am ashamed of the government; I acted out of love’ – Rev Dr Sue Parfitt’s Court Statement

Why a jury acquitted Climate Activists: crucial agreed facts

On 14th January at the Inner London Crown Court a jury acquitted three Christian Climate Action activists of obstructing trains or carriages on the railway under the malicious damages act. In 2019 Phil Kingston superglued his hand to a Docklands Light Railway train, while Father Martin Newall and Reverend Sue Parfitt climbed on to the … Continue reading Why a jury acquitted Climate Activists: crucial agreed facts

‘If this is what is asked of us, we are willing’: why we’re involved in Insulate Britain

11 Christians who are involved in Christian Climate Action have also been involved in Insulate Britain over the last five weeks. In this blog we hear from four of them about what they are asking for and why they feel called to sit on roads. The demands of Insulate Britain are a no brainer. In … Continue reading ‘If this is what is asked of us, we are willing’: why we’re involved in Insulate Britain