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Leveraging the link between human and planetary well-being could be key to shifting our economies away from consumption and tackling the climate crisis

Leveraging the link between human and planetary well-being could be key to shifting our economies away from consumption and tackling the climate crisis

Less is more, according to a growing movement of minimalists. They say a clean space can clear the head, but could it also draw a link between personal and planetary well-being?  Loveday Wright explains in an article on the Deutsche Welle website.   Can a minimalist mindset help save the planet? If everybody lived in … Continue reading

Consumers are warned that their behaviour will have to change if Scotland is to meet its long-term low-carbon objectives

Consumers are warned that their behaviour will have to change if Scotland is to meet its long-term low-carbon objectives

Finally, a government minister has explained that we cannot continue our current ways if we are to effectively meet our long-term climate and energy objectives. Roseanna Cunningham, Environment Secretary in Scotland, said people changing their behaviour would be “critical” for the country to have any chance of ending its contribution to global warming within 25 … Continue reading

Evangelical Christians starting to take new approach to climate change

Evangelical Christians starting to take new approach to climate change

Conservative Christians have long opposed climate science, saying human induced warming goes against God’s omnipotence. Opinions divide on whether that thinking might slowly be changing. Shay Meinecke discusses in an article on the Deutsche Welle website. God and the earth: Evangelical take on climate change When Reverend Mitchell Hescox organized an environmental stewardship conference for … Continue reading