Operation Noah was set up in 2004 to provide a Christian response to the climate crisis. It works with all Christian denominations and support interfaith work on climate change. Its work is informed by the latest science on climate change, its causes, impacts and solutions. The sense of urgency it feels because of the science is balanced by its faith in God and its hope in his future for its world. It is faith-motivated, science-informed and hope-inspired.
-where care and restoration of creation is at the heart of Christian teaching and practice;
-where the balance between the needs of human beings and the climate system is restored; and
-where the energy needs of all people, in every part of the world, can be met safely, affordably and cleanly without changing or destabilising the atmosphere or the oceans.
-working to promote and develop leadership in response to the climate crisis throughout the Christian community;
-supporting the rapid transition to 100% (fossil-free) clean energy by campaigning for churches to divest from fossil fuels and invest in clean energy;
-working with Christians of all denominations to engage with them, in order to come together, to speak out and to act in response to climate change; and
-writing and producing resources to help Christians understand and explore the theological basis for engagement on climate change.
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