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Climate Change

The Anglican Communion’s Marks of Mission emphasise our commitment to protect, care for and renew life on our planet. Many of ABM's partners are already dealing with the impacts of climate change, among them our closest neighbours.

COP23 UN Climate Change Conference


Urgent call to Pray for Our World

Fiji is presiding over COP23 (the 23rd Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) which will be held from 6-17 November. COP23 will take place in Bonn, Germany, and with all 197 member countries, seek to implement the legally binding actions agreed to in the Paris Climate Agreement. 

The Anglican Alliance is joining with Christian groups from around the world to pray for the entire period of the Convention. To read more about how you can be involved in this historic event, please click here.

You can also sign a letter calling on world leaders to take action to prevent climate change from pushing more people into poverty. This letter has already been signed by five Anglican Archbishops: Archbishop Winston Halapua, Archbishop Philip Freier, Archbishop Albert Chama, Archbishop Thabo Magkoba, and Archbishop Francisco Silva.


Rev'd John Deane



September 2017 - ABM Executive Director, Rev’d John Deane, recently attended a meeting of the Anglican Alliance Oceania Regional Advisory Committee (ORAC). ORAC was born out of a strong desire to collaborate and coordinate action in areas of common interest, with members recognising the power of sharing ideas and resources in meeting common goals.

Read more.





Season of Creation

From September 1 to October 4, Christians around the globe came together to pray and care for creation. There were some great resources developed that you can still share with your church communities, to celebrate God's wonderful creation, and stand together for Climate Justice.

Click here to see them all.


Walande Island and a village lost to the sea

Rt Rev William Pwaisiho takes a journey to visit the remote island of Walande in the Malaita Province of the Solomon Islands. Originally from Malaita, Rt Rev Pwaisiho has spent a number of recent years living in the Diocese of Chester in England, and so had not visited Walande Island since 2002. Read more.



Do you want to help reverse the effects of Climate Change, and stand in solidarity with these Pacific communities? 

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