Check out what the General Assembly has to say on our Care for the Earth project.
Eco-Congregation Scotland is an ecumenical programme which helps congregations link environmental issues to their faith and to take action in their church and community. Any congregation can become an eco-congregation.
Have a look at our three easy steps to monitor your carbon footprint and start saving on your energy bills.
Creation Time is a Christian response to our environment. It runs from 1 September to 4 October 2013.
The Church of Scotland is part of the Stop Climate Chaos Scotland coalition. We share the coalition’s aim to build irresistible public pressure on governments at home and abroad to prevent irreversible and damaging global warming.
The Church of Scotland is part of a global ecumencial movement of churches responding to climate change. The effects of climate change are being experienced dramatically in some countries and regions of the world, particularly in Africa, the Caribbean, the Pacific and South East Asia.
How can we produce enough food, cope with climate change and reduce our carbon footprint? The Church and Society Council is prepared a report on sustainable agriculture for the General Assembly in 2012.