The Methodist Church in Britain
Methodist leaders and members in Britain were at the forefront of the largest ever mass lobby of the UK Parliament in June to urge action on climate change. The British Methodist relief and development partner, All We Can, was part of a coalition of organisations which organised the event ahead of a major international climate summit in December 2015, which is challenged with achieving an ambitious global agreement to limit carbon emissions.
The Uniting Church in Australia
The Uniting Church in Australia recently welcomed Pope Francis’s encyclical letter on the environment, Laudato Si (Canticle of the Sun) and will be praying for Australian leadership on climate change.
Rev. Prof. Andrew Dutney, President of the Uniting Church in Australia said, “It is timely and encouraging to have a global church leader speak so unequivocally about the human causes of destructive climate change.
Church of North India
General Secretary of the Church of North India, Alwan Masih, has issued a letter addressing Climate Change and its impact not only in India, but around the globe. He emphasizes that as stewards of God’s creation, we have a responsibility to care for it.