Climate Commitment

Resources and Education


Learn how the Don Bosco Green Alliance (Catholic) plans to commit to saving energy, water, waste management, reducing paper, eliminating plastics, promoting education and awareness, and taking direct environmental action.

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"Threatened life - a faith response" is a statement from Church of Norway General Synod in 2007.

The Church of Norway General Synod 2007 in this statement confirms and strengthens the church stance on consumption, justice and environmental concerns. The statement shows the profound changes that are needed in our way of life and challenges the church to help individuals and congregations seek an “earthbound Christian practice” where we follow Christ in service for creation and fellow human beings.

The backdrop for this statement is a series of earlier resolutions on issues of environment, consumption and justice. The Church of Norway General Synod in 2001 resolved that “The vision must be to make the church the world’s largest environmental movement” and that the subject “Consumption and Justice” concerns the entire congregation. The General Synod in 2003 decided to introduce the celebration of “Creation Day/Creation Period” as an integral part of the ecclesiastical year.


Watch the "People of Faith as Climate Messengers" webinar with Dr. Katharine Hayhoe.


Global Catholic Climate Movement

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