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14 September 2016
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Snap, crackle and pop for the planet

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diocese-1-1 It was a breakfast of champions for the environment – as more than 50 Anglican bishops joined Christian conservationists to launch Eco Diocese.

Part of A Rocha UK’s popular Eco Church award scheme, Eco Diocese acts as an incentive at diocesan level and encourages parish-level engagement. Through its bishop, a diocese can work towards Eco Diocese status by meeting set criteria.

A Rocha UK and Anglican environmental initiative Shrinking The Footprint launched Eco Diocese at a special breakfast on 14th September. Key speakers were Bishop of Salisbury Rt Rev Nicholas Holtam – the Church of England’s lead on environmental issues – Bishop of Dover Rt Rev Trevor Willmott and Bishop of Dudley Rt Rev Graham Usher.

26 August 2016
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Mini-beasts retreat to Foxearth

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Foxearth – A Rocha UK’s first major nature reserve – is becoming a refuge for species under pressure. While none of the creatures found […]

26 August 2016
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Loo paper rolls out eco agenda

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Selling loo rolls has helped boost the flow of environmental action at one Hampshire church. It’s among a stream of activities as part of […]

26 August 2016
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School’s out – for hidden treasure!

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Education specialists at A Rocha UK are celebrating one of their busiest summer terms – with record numbers of participants and rave reviews from […]

26 August 2016
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Faith fills the fair

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andy at birdfair 2016 3Passion for nature must lead to protecting nature. That’s the message A Rocha UK chief Andy Atkins gave delegates at Birdfair – the wildlife lovers’ ‘Glastonbury’.

Speaking at the Sunday worship service run by A Rocha UK and A Rocha International, Andy (pictured) said, ‘We’re to love what God has created as he loves it. And that love starts with enjoying creation – something birders know about – but continues through nurturing and protecting’.

Andy welcomed the fact that church leaders – from the Archbishop of Canterbury to Pope Francis – have recently emphasised how nature is important to God. Andy invited people to join A Rocha UK in seeking to restore and protect the nation’s once thriving nature.

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