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“No Breathing Room; National Illness Costs of Air Pollution”

To read the read the summary report from the Canadian Medical Association, click on Summary Report

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Letter to Leaders of Faith Groups

On June 19, 30 members of Waterloo Region faith communities got together for a Strawberry Summit to eat strawberries and plan for an environmentally-friendly future. During the gathering, a ‘Letter to our Leaders’ (see the letter, below) was drafted. You are welcome to: * use the letter, below to your faith leaders (adjust the letter […]

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A picture’s worth how many words?

Ever find yourself standing in front of the recycle or compost bin, confronted with that long list of what can and cannot go into it, and feeling ready to give up and just toss everything into the garbage? Here’s a great idea from Emily Camire at Hughson St Baptist – why not post pictures rather […]

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Principles of Justice

Thanks to Crystle Numann for an excellent breakout session on “Acting Justly in an Ecologically Connected World” at the TrueCity Conference in February. Here are some principles which the group came up with during the breakout session. They are listed in descending order from those which resonated most widely with the whole group to those […]

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God’s Earthkeepers

A partnership led by the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada has published a simple, beautiful book on stewardship of creation, entitled “God’s Earthkeepes” by William Van Geest and the Social Action Commission. To download a free copy, or order a hard copy for $10, go to the EFC Resource Library.

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Environment Hamilton Workshops Offered to Churches

There are still spaces open for these Workshops to be brought to your location. Please contact Beatrice about the ones that interest you and the dates you have available and she will do her best to accommodate you. Beatrice Ekwa Ekoko Environment Hamilton Climate Change Project Manager 905 549 0900 905 627 2696

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