So how should we rate Canada’s response to the climate crisis? One word: Awful! Actually it’s worse than awful and worsening still despite a mild shift in public opinion fueled by the short sighted goals of elected officials. Additionally, if industry is slow to adapt to new realities, it seems the banks and financial markets... Continue Reading →
And in the end – Pilgrimage completed?
Not pictured are Alecia Greenfield and Roy Cline -- Other photographs may be viewed here. "Everything will be okay in the end. If it's not okay, it's not the end" - John Lennon Thanks John, this is helpful, especially as our three days of pilgrimage branching out from the Sorrento Centre now come to an... Continue Reading →
LAMBETH CALL: ENVIRONMENT
Thoughts from someone who is definitely not a bishop The Rev. Dr. Rachel Mash, Secretary, Anglican Communion Environmental Network in Canterbury Cathedral Let’s put aside for a moment legitimate anxieties and cynical expectations of failure regarding the Lambeth Conference of Anglican Bishops which meets over the next few days in Canterbury, England. As the Call... Continue Reading →
THE ENVIRONMENT OF FAITH – A missed opportunity?
Dr. Elin Kelsey speaks on Climate Based Hope at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops BC On rare occasions I am lost for words. Those who have known me as a preacher, advocate or teacher may find this hard to believe, but from where I live on the cusp of celebrating one year of retirement I... Continue Reading →