Exeter University and Futurelearn are starting a free Climate Change course on-line on Monday 25th January. There are no qualifications needed, and you can drop in (or drop out) as you wish.
You can find out more at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/climatechangecourse/. and sign up at https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/climate-change-challenges-and-solutions. Please cascade this link to any possible interested parties.
In case you were wondering, ‘MOOC’ stands for ‘massive open online course’. This is the second time that Exeter University has run this Climate MOOC. The first one prompted some interesting art, exhibited in the Exeter University Reception until tomorrow.
Christian Ecology resources
This is a short list of various national organisations and their links:
A Rocha – also includes Eco-Congregations which will be re-launched as Eco Churches later in January
Shrinking the Footprint – Church of England carbon reduction campaign
Green Christians – previously Christian Ecology Link
Pray and Fast for the Climate – resourcing prayer and fasting
John Rae Initiative (JRI) – connecting environment, science and Christianity
Operation Noah – UK churches’ climate change campaign
Hope for the Future – ecumenical campaign to encourage lobbying of MPs on climate change
Climate Stewards – aims to help churches and other to carbon offset
Our Voices – bringing the international voice of faith to climate policy and action