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Archbishop Makoba invites bishops to eco-bishops initiative

Archbishop Makoba invites bishops to eco-bishops initiative

20 bishops from around the Anglican Communion have been invited to discussion and discernment on the climate and the environment that hopefully will lead to action. Anglican Communion News Service reports:

The Primate of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, the Most Revd Dr Thabo Makgoba has invited 20 bishops from around the Anglican Communion to join him in a process of discussion and discernment concerning the Communion’s witness and mission in the face of climate change and environmental degradation.

“I have asked a number of sister and brother bishops in dioceses already experiencing the impacts of climate change to join me in a process of dialogue”, said Archbishop Makgoba.acen_logo.gif

“This will involve exchanging ideas, concerns, and information about the responses we have already made in relation to climate change, and those we hope to make. Our goal will be to develop a Communion-wide strategic plan that meets the challenges ahead and builds confidence in God’s future.”

Read about actions already being taken.

The Anglican Communion Environmental Network Website is at here.

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