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Contents:


  • Editorial: Quiet revolution of active redefinitions by Chris Walton
  • Caring for God's Creation: Twenty years of A Rocha - Dave Bookless
  • Out and About
    News items: The Arbory Trust, Anglican society for the Welfare of Animals, Energy study pack of Methodist Church, Living Witness Project, The hidden cost of bananas, and more.
  • A Year after Johannesburg: Dialogue for Redefinition - Many companies claim they are green - but is it true?- Mark Moody-Stuart. The following three articles are replies to this article.
  • Idolatry or the Invisible Hand - Alistair McIntosh
  • From Corporate Social Responsibility to Corporate Accountability: the need for a rules based system - Sharon McClenaghan
  • Salt, Light and Mustard Seeds - Ernest Lucas
  • Letters:
    CEL history
    Windmills
    Let the whole creation praise God
  • Book Reviews
    Global environment Outlook 3
    State of the World 2003 - Earthscan
    Vital Signs 2003/4 - Earthscan
    Bringing the Food Economy Home: Local Alternatives to Global Agribusiness. H Norberg-Hodge, T Merrifield, S Gorelick.
    Looking Afresh: Sounding in creative dissent. Hugh Montefiore, SPCK
  • Peace Column - Stuart Hemsley
  • Resources for Parents and Children
  • CEL Bulletin
  • Resources from Christian Ecology Link


 

Green Christian  

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No.70 Winter 2010 Food Justice

No.69 Summer 2010 Fossil Fools

No.68 Winter 2009 Consider the Lilies

No.67 Summer 2009 Civil Disobedience Holy Obedience?

No.66 Winter 2008 What are we doing to our Children?

No. 65 Summer 2008: A Sealed Fate

No. 64 Autumn/Winter 2007: Staying on the Edge

No.63 Summer 2007 : Storm of Hope

No.62 Winter 2006/Spring 2007 : Earth be Glad

No.61 Summer/Autumn 2006 : Gentle Footfall - Seismic Hope

No.60 Spring/Summer 2006 : Flavour and Fervour

No.59 Winter 2005-Spring 2006: Words made flesh

No.58 Summer/Autumn 2005 : A Call to Pray

No.57 Spring-Summer 2005 : Weep, Act, Pray

No.56 Winter 2004
Travelling lightly dilemmas

No.55 Summer 2004
Climate Change

No.54 Spring 2004
LOAF food matters

No.53 Winter 2003
Sustainable Development: challenging the language and the mindset
No.52 Summer 2003
Theology, spirituality & Operation Noah
No.51 Spring 2003       Militarism
No.50 Winter 02/03        Christian Perspectives on the World Summit

No.49 Summer 2002       Energy needs
No.48 Spring 2002       Buildings and Land Issue No.47 Winter 2001       Globalisation Issue No.46 Summer 2001       Lifestyles Issue No.45 Spring 2001       Science Issue No.44 Winter 00/01       Population Issue No.43 Summer 2000       Water Issue No.42 Spring 2000       Food Issue No.41 Winter 1999/2000  The churches' (slow) response to the environmental message, and the reasons behind this - issue No.40a Autumn 1999 Business and Money Issue

No.40 Summer 1999       Sustainable Development Issue


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