Following the discovery of Chalara fraxinea or “ash die-back” in mature woodland in Suffolk the government has banned all imports of live ash trees. The disease causes leaf loss and crown dieback in affected trees, and can lead ultimately to tree death. It has the potential to kill millions of ash trees if it becomes […]
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Amy Cameron from the carbon cutting organisation 10:10 shares in this post how some schools in the Diocese of Oxford are trail-blazing a funding model that may be one of few ways community buildings can install solar in the future, and how you can help!
Tess Ward shares a prayer exercise for Walking the Earth, to help us pay close attention to all that we see…
Chris Sunderland from EarthAbbey reflects on the recent harvest festival celebrations he has been involved in. Why did many people say it felt so good to celebrate in this way? Part of the attraction was that it was something we had done ourselves. It felt raw and approachable. There was no hype, or hard sell. There were no celebrities, no big egos. We were just human beings who had done something.
The ecocell programme, organised by Christian Ecology Link (CEL), is a toolkit to help people go on a journey or pilgrimage towards sustainable living in our personal lives. Find out more in this post by Tony Emerson of CEL.
Fran Ryan tells us about the idea of cohousing and a meeting (on Wednesday 23rd June) to explore the idea and possibility of cohousing in and around Oxford.
I never planned to get passionate about simple lifestyle. I’ve basically stumbled into the role… But after five years of co-running the Breathe Network I find myself launching a conspiracy to transform our way of living.
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Earthing Faith is a network to resource and encourage churches and individuals in the Diocese of Oxford as we connect our faith with the earth.
The network has been established to assist the sharing of ideas and experiences around the environment, and to help us to be creative and collaborative in our engagement with creation.