miscellaneous

What we learned this week

  • The church always has the potential to be a major agent of change, but until recently I didn’t know of anyone encouraging Christians to understand and engage with the energy crisis. Last week I discovered a second book to put alongside Sam Norton’s. I’ll read and review No Oil in the Lamp, but until then here’s the blog.

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  1. The Religious Society of Friends (AKA “Quakers”) are currently engaged in a programe to reduce corportate and individual consuption as part of an on-going ;lifestyle change.aimed at lessening our destructive impact on the planet.All Quakers have access to a carbon footprint calculator to aid in this. The iniitiative grew from a talk and book entitiled “Costing not less than the earth” by Pam Lunn. Have a look at it!

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