Weekly Nuclear Energy Vigil

October 21, 2014  |  Energy, Featured, News, nuclear, SAFCEI news, Theology  |  No Comments

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Birds as indicators of our Changing Climate

Birds as indicators of our Changing Climate

05/06/2014 • Highly sensitive to weather, birds are indicators of Climate Change - the quintessential canaries in the coal mine. We know this because of researchers such as Dr Mark Brown an ornithologist  (bird scientist) and Research Program... more

Empowering congregations to save energy

Empowering congregations to save energy

01/30/2014 • “SAFCEI believes that respect and care for all life on Earth is a mandate given to all people of God.”(Kate Davies)  Ever since the founding of SAFCEI our representatives from a range of faith communities have... more

Green Bishop - Nuclear energy and climate change

Green Bishop – Nuclear energy and climate change

10/21/2014 • Letter from the Green Bishop, Bishop Geoff Davies, Founding Patron of SAFCEI, 19-10-2014 In the face of potential catastrophe because of climate change,  Mary Robinson, in her Desmond Tutu Peace lecture, called for a “change to our... more

Green Bishop: Nuclear & our Energy Future

Green Bishop: Nuclear & our Energy Future

10/20/2014 • By Bishop Geoff Davies, founding Patron of SAFCEI Why is our government, a government of the people we hope, going in entirely the wrong direction to overcome inequality, poverty and unemployment? Our country needs labour intensive development... more

Faith Communities brief legal counsel, seeking information on Russian Nuclear Deals

10/13/2014 • Media release Faith Communities are gravely concerned at the government’s continued support for nuclear energy despite evidence that South Africa cannot afford it. At the Southern African Faith Communities Environment Institute (SAFCEI) board meeting held in Durban this... more

Tashlich and Ecology

Tashlich and Ecology

10/06/2014 • On the blustery afternoon of 25th September, members of the Temple Israel congregation gathered at the Mouille Point sea wall in Cape Town to perform Tashlich, the `casting ceremony’.   Rabbi Greg Alexander guided the large group... more

Stories for a world our hearts know is possible!

Stories for a world our hearts know is possible!

10/06/2014 • The world around you and I is explained through stories.  Every culture asks similar questions but answers them in varying ways.  What does it mean to be human?  Where are we going?  What do we value? ... more

Faith Communities on the People's Climate March

Faith Communities on the People’s Climate March

10/06/2014 • The 21 September Climate March in New York was the biggest ever civilian call for environmental action the world has witnessed. In New York the media reported that faith communities came out in huge support of... more