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In 2022 the UN intergovernmental panel on climate change released it’s annual report about the climate crisis. It listed, for the first time, colonialism as a driver of the climate crisis. 

History lessons might have taught us that British colonialism ended in the 20th century. In reality colonial practices - where Global South communities are exploited and oppressed largely for the benefit of the elite of the Global North - remain at large.

Whether that’s indigenous people’s land rights being ignored or affected communities left out of UN climate talks, these colonial practices continue to shape the climate crisis. 


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Engaging black Christians in climate justice through song

Our new single with Jake Isaac aims to raise the profile of black Christians in climate justice movements

Mercy Mercy Me

In this short film people from underrepresented communities reflect on climate and racial injustice.

Decolonising climate conversations

Panelists, Passy, Ruvimbo and Rev Dr Israel share how we can all play our part in decolonising climate action

Our Prophetic Journey Towards Climate Justice stories

Climate stories from black church leaders to inspire positive action.

Understanding our history is vital for climate justice

Rev Dr Israel shares how we can't achieve climate justice without understanding our history.

The Unrelenting Strength of Hope

Look back at why interfaith climate action took place under the Robert Clive memorial