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Sir David and A Rocha UK’s Conservation Director Andy Lester were both on the speaking team at the ‘Conference For Nature’ event in Church House last week (3rd September 2014) – which drew more than 250 people, including other experts from across the environmental lobby.
Just before the event, Sir David urged religious leaders to pursue conservation. ‘From you and I in our own domains, from business magnates to politicians, and from farmers to faith leaders, everyone has an opportunity to save nature,’ he said. ‘With an increasing global footprint, mankind is intensifying the crisis for wildlife, but as individuals we can all be a part of the solution for saving it, too,’ he said.
Addressing the role of faith groups in environmental work, Andy Lester highlighted projects by A Rocha UK partners – and the charity’s own scheme to turn a former West London drug den into a community garden.
A Franciscan friar, a senior MP and the leader of an aggregate firm walk into a room. But it’s no joke. I was thrilled to be […]
British trees are facing growing threats from an increasing number of pests and diseases, warns A Rocha UK volunteer David Curry, who’s been taking […]
Marine research is about showing ‘the hidden things of God’ – and its goal is the ‘healing of the ocean’. That was the message […]