ANGLICAN COMMUNION ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK
The Anglican Communion Environmental Network is a worldwide network of Anglicans who have come together around caring for God’s creation. Click the link below for the latest news and events, including ways you can become involved.
‘All too often, the effects of [Climate Change] are most acutely felt by vulnerable populations, who have done the least to contribute to climate change. Australia’s Pacific neighbours are already badly affected with Kiribati recently asking that its people be moved to Fiji to escape rising sea levels. God commanded us to love our neighbours as we love ourselves. These are our neighbours, and we quite simply must stand with them. Indeed, we have the capability –and an ethical obligation – to put an end to this vicious and unjust cycle of climate injustice’.
Archbishop Philip Freier, the Anglican Primate of Australia
Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, the Primate of South Africa