Posts Tagged: world environment day

Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care.

The World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations’ principle vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness of the environment and responsible management of the planet’s natural resources. This years’ theme is Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care. Italy—a country at the forefront of global action towards improved global nutrition and resource use—is the global… Read more »

Our home, God’s creation

by Amelie Clemot The earth, God’s creation, is our home: we rely upon it for air, shelter, food and water… Yet, we humans are the earth’s biggest threat. How is it that we are comfortable destroying the very thing on which we depend for life and existence? Well, it could be because we just don’t… Read more »

Think – Eat – Save

by Anna Folz June 5, 2013 marked the 40th annual World Environment Day on the theme of Think-Eat-Save. The United Nations Environment Programme hosted a panel discussion with four speakers who highlighted a different aspect of food and how it affects our world. Every year a different country hosts a week of events in honor… Read more »

June 5: Celebrate World Environment Day

From our partner, the Presbyterian Office of Environmental Ministries: World Environment Day (WED) is celebrated on June 5. If your church didn’t have the chance to celebrate Earth Day Sunday this year, or if you’d like to take another Sunday…

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Care for God’s Creation

Find resources to observe World Environment Day. This day, intended to raise understanding of environmental issues and to empower people to act on behalf of a sustainable future, is June 5. Congregations can celebrate World Environment Day on June 7…

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