Green Christians: The Journal of Christian Ecology Link. |
Issue 50: Winter 2002/Early Spring 2003
Editorial by Stephanie Boucher
- Hope for the Future of the Planet by Joanne Green of Tearfund
- Supporting sustainable Agriculture and small farmers by Kevan Bundell, Senior Policy Officer at Christian Aid
- A Church Perspective by David Hallman, Climate Change Programme Coordinator for the World Council of Churches
- Challenge for the 21st Century by Patricio Rodé, President of the International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs (ICMICA). this article will also appear in the Jan 2003 issues of the Newman.
- Whose Earth is it anyway? - A report on the Global Anglican Congress which took place immediately before the World summit by Faga Matalavea (The Anglican Observer at the United Nations and Jeff Golliher (programme Associate for the Environment and Sustainable Development at the Office of the Anglican Observer at the United Nations, New York.
- A Briton in Johannesburg - the personal story of a delegate at the world summit by Terry Miller
- Book Review: The Call of Creation - a document from the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales by Mike Monaghan
- Sustainable Consumption: When more is less by Sister Denise Calder, Secretary for Environmental Justice for the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales.
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