Please find below a document Interfaith Scotland has created with information on the different world faiths and what they have to say about the environment.
Please find below a PowerPoint presentation on climate change and ways in which we can make a positive change.
Please find below a set of 8 cards with quotes on the environment from 8 different faith traditions. These could be used in a dialogue activity. Give each card to a different person to read out that quote to the whole group. Then in small groups, give each a set of the quotes found in the Word document, looking at the different themes emerging as well as common themes between the faiths.
Oxfam has created resources on Climate Change for Primary and Secondary Schools. Click on the links below to access these resources.
Carbon Conversations Course – six sessions on being more environmentally friendly – starts Thursday 29th October.
Sign the Faiths for Earth petition
Green your home! Book a household visit to find out how your home could reduce its energy consumption
Enroll in a short online course
Religions for Peace has produced a short educational video on Laudato Si', the encyclical of Pope Franciem encouraging people to take action to heal and protect the earth. This educational video can be accessed through this link:
Sign the postcard - A postcard created by the Board of Deputees of British Jews to send to your MP in London.
‘Our Sacred Earth’ Interfaith Scotland booklet
Our Voices: Bringing Faith to the Climate Talks
The Alliance of Religions and Conservation
The Interfaith Summit on Climate Change
The Interfaith Declaration on Climate Change
The Renewal Project - Documentary
Pope Francis’ Encyclical Letter on ‘Care for our Common Home’ is available online. A distillation of key quotes and themes along with the full document and useful activities can be found on the following website:
Anglican Church Statement on Climate Change
Islamic Declaration on Climate Change
The Muslim Green Guide to reducing Climate change
The Baha’i International Community’s pages on social and sustainable development
U.S. Baha’i website
The International Environment Forum
Rabbinic letter on climate change
Brahma Kumaris Resources
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Resources
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