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Articles about "International Mission & Solidarity"
Ross Neville from the Board of Mission and Miriam Pepper from South Sydney Uniting Church explore the global challenge of world hunger, developments in sustainable farming, and the importance of small farmers and consumers for driving change. The church, they argue, has an important role to play. A version of this article first appeared in Insights, November 2010. www.insights.uca.org.au. more
Ross Neville, the Evangelism, Mission and New Congregations Consultant with the Board of Mission, attended Greenbelt in August 2010, a Christian festival held at Cheltenham Racecourse in the UK. He reports on some environmental learnings from the festival. more
Nola Stewart, a member of Castlecrag Uniting Church and St Thomas’ Anglican Church North Sydney, gives her reflections on a "Caring for the Creation" studies workshop which she led and a conference on Population and Climate Change which she attended in Kampala, Uganda. more
Helen Yoo discusses the social justice impacts of climate change, focusing particularly on the Pacific region, and lays out the imperative for action. more
By Kim Baird, Coordinator St Luke’s Justice Group, Belmont more
Want a relatively easy way to help the environment and poor farmers in developing nations? If you don’t already do so, buying Fairtrade products such as tea, coffee and chocolate for your church and home is a great way to be a good steward of God's resources. more