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Caring for Creation

Wednesday, 03 August 2011 05:07

Leaders commit to environmental sustainability

Hobart, Tasmania June 2010The backdrop of the Derwent River and Hobart Harbour was a wonderful setting for religious leaders to immerse themselves in the topic of ecology and the following of Jesus at CRA's 2010 National Assembly.

Wednesday, 03 August 2011 05:01

Elder encourages care for the earth

Betty Pike Aboriginal elder Elizabeth Pike moved, inspired and challenged religious leaders with her reflections on her life, her faith and her abiding connection to the land.

Sr Clare Condon sgsCatholic Religious Australia, at its 2010 National Assembly at the end of June, will focus on one of the most important social justice issues of our time: our ecology, and the place that the earth and our cosmos play in supporting our identity in this world.

Wednesday, 03 August 2011 04:48

United on climate change

Sr Geraldine Kearney sgsGood Samaritan Sister Geraldine Kearney was part of a group of religious leaders that met with the Prime Minister earlier this month to encourage action on climate change.

Wednesday, 03 August 2011 04:46

Tell me more about the carbon tax

Frances Egan, Research Officer for the CLRI (NSW) Social Justice Committee, explains the carbon tax and gives some succinct reasons for its introduction.

Wednesday, 03 August 2011 04:43

Some hope from the Cancun conference

While not a perfect outcome, the building blocks for further global action were set in train at the recent UN Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico says Geraldine Kearney SGS.

Senator Christine Milne, leader of the GreensGreens Senator Christine Milne urged religious leaders to start conversations in communities around the values of caring for creation.

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