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?

Don’t let the thing that stops our climate uprising be us

By Christian Climate Action's Holly-Anna Petersen I have been working in the field of psychology now for a number of years. The primary reason why I decided to make the transition into the field was because I was frustrated with watching social justice movements rise-up, only to see them cave in on themselves. It seemed … Continue reading Don’t let the thing that stops our climate uprising be us

Extinction Rebellion: The only true solution to climate anxiety

Holly-Anna Peterson, CCA member and mental health professional, writes about climate anxiety: In the face of climate emergency, the question has been raised about how best to communicate this threat to members of the public. Some voices have argued that to “tell the truth”, as Extinction Rebellion urges, is too much for the public to … Continue reading Extinction Rebellion: The only true solution to climate anxiety