The Framework was approved by Derby Diocesan Synod in February 2013.
Shrinking the Footprint is the national environment programme from the Church of England.
Other recent publications include:
The Church of England resources for World Environment Day
Joint Public issues team blog Drastic about Plastic
The Church of England National Investment bodies policy on investing in Extractive Industries
Local campaign groups
Derbyshire Frack Free a collective but local groups exist from Erewash to Barlborough.
National Campaign groups
Extinction Rebellion local groups exist add your town/ nearest city and search for it.
Many national environmental charities and christian development charities are campaigning on these issues too.
why we go to jail explanation of Christian civil disobedience. The training days run by Christian Climate Action also feature strongly on this theme.
tel: 0208 574 5935, 13, Ave Road, Southall, Middlesex, UB1 3BL
website: http://arocha.org/uk includes the wide range of EcoChurch resources and how to register.
tel: 020 7898 1866, website: www.churchcare.co.uk
Comprehensive guidance on care of existing churches as well as adapting buildings for new uses.
tel: 0207 591 3111, website: www.conservationfoundation.co.uk.
website: http://www.creationchallenge.org.uk/?page_id=1515 Methodist, Baptist and United Reformed Church resources. Some useful resources for Church properties of any denomination.
21 Dartmouth Street, London, SW1H 9BP. website: www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/
Information about renewable energy and grants for installation.
promotes environmental and science led progress in accordance with Christian principles. Downloadable teaching and bible study resources.
Shrinking the footprint
Church of England’s national environment website: http://www.churchcare.co.uk/shrinking-the-footprint.
Transition Towns in Derbyshire
Find out more about transition towns at www.transitiontowns.org
Hope email contact click on Hope
Other recommended Publications:
Saying Yes to Life, Ruth Valerio, ArchBishop of Canterburys Lent Book 2020.
L is for Lifestyle. Christian living that doesn't cost the earth. Ruth Valerio (2019) IVP.
What in God's Name Are You Eating? How can Christians Live and Eat Responsibly in Today's Global Village? Andrew Francis. 92014) Cascade. ISBN 978-1-62032-573-5.
Life Issues Bible Study: Environment. Ruth Valerio (2008) CWR ISBN 978-1-85345-481-3.
Foster Claire and Shreeve David (2008) Don’t Stop at the Lights: Leading your Church through a changing climate, Church House Publishing ISBN 9780715141380.
Planetwise. Dare to Care for God's World, Dave Bookless. (2008) IVP ISBN: 978-1-84474-251-6.
Mission and Public Affairs (2005) Sharing God’s planet Church House Publishing
Hope in God's Future (JPIT 2012) can be downloaded free
David Shreeve and Claire Foster Gilbert (2007) How many light bulbs does it take to change a Christian? Church House Publishing, ISBN No: 9780715141274
This book encourages Christians to play their part in helping to stop climate change. Aiming to counter the idea that stark warnings on the state of the environment seem too colossal for individuals to make any real difference, it argues that Christians not only can have an impact by adapting their lifestyle, but actually have a moral duty to do so.