23-27 June 2014
Creation is endangered. There is a growing consensus in the scientific community that human activity has had a major impact in the loss of biodiversity, deforestation and climate change, to name some of the expressions of the ecological crisis. The oikoumene, in its etymological meaning of whole inhabited world, has the responsibility to act. Churches and the ecumenical movement at large have been reflecting and advocating for the integrity of creation for some decades now.
This seminar, organized by the Ecumenical Institute at Bossey in collaboration with the WCC progamme on Ecological Justice and Climate Change and co-sponsored by the European Christian Environmental Network (ECEN), the National Council of Churches of India (NCCI), the Pacific Conference of Churchesand the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) of Cameroon.
The deadline for applications is 31 March 2014