Is Christian Climate Action motivated by religion? Or is there something deeper?

Jeremy Brown writes: At the end of last year I studied a module in Social Movement Theory, which gave me a unique opportunity to write about my experiences within Christian Climate Action over 2019. The essay title was about the role of religion in movements that identify as religious. This blog is a summary of … Continue reading Is Christian Climate Action motivated by religion? Or is there something deeper?

Christians of XR respond to Church of England’s 2030 net zero target

On the 12th February the Church of England synod voted to set its net zero emissions target at 2030. The date was proposed by Canon Professor Martin Gainsborough (Bristol), in an amendment that brought the target forward fifteen years earlier than the initially recommended date of 2045. The Christians of Extinction Rebellion, known as Christian … Continue reading Christians of XR respond to Church of England’s 2030 net zero target