The WEA Sustainability Center

... connects 600 million evangelical Christians around the globe with global efforts to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (Sustainable Development Goals)

... provides impetus for broader engagement of evangelical church communities and individual Christians around the globe to care for creation

... illustrates the diverse contributions to sustainable development made by evangelical churches around the world through their faith and practical action

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  • Without hope, climate work will stop
    On June 8, 2022, the Swedish Christian Newspaper Dagen published an article about Stockholm +50 and World Environment Day titled “Without hope, climate work will stop.” The author, Elisabeth Sandlund, emphasizes the importance of combining criticism of collective and individual behavior […]
  • WUF11 Multi-Faith Networking Event
    MOBILIZING AND EQUIPPING MULTI-FAITH ORGANIZATIONS TO BE KEY IMPLEMENTATION PARTNERS FOR SDG11 THROUGH UN-HABITAT’S SDG CITIES The World Evangelical Alliance and Religions for Peace, in partnership with UN-Habitat’s flagship programme, SDG Cities, invite faith-based organizations, faith leaders, […]
  • Associated S+50 Side Event: Climate Action and Water for Life towards Creation Justice – a Faith Perspective
    Join the PaRD (International Partnership on Religion and Sustainable Development) and World Council of Churches on Thursday, June 2 at 2pm CET for a Stockholm +50 associated hybrid webinar titled “Climate Action and Water for Life towards Creation Justice – a Faith […]
  • Associated S+50 Side Event: Because of My Faith – A Mobilization Workshop
    You are warmly invited to our hybrid event on Friday, June 3, at 9:30am CEST, “Because of My Faith – A mobilization Workshop” will be led by Country Director Tagele Mathewos for YBCEDO, Ethiopia – LM International’s local partner. For those physically able to attend, there will be a […]
  • Launch of The City We Need Now (TCWNN) Document
    On April 25, 2022, WEA Sustainability Center Co-Director Dr. Chris Elisara participated in the launch of The City We Need Now (TCWNN) document, a global manifesto prepared by the World Urban Campaign platform coordinated by UN-Habitat that prioritises key elements of the New Urban Agenda and […]

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"The environmental crisis really is a spiritual crisis."

WEASC Co-Director @mkboehning speaking at the Hope for People and Nature Conference 2022 in Osijek/Croatia on "Creation Care and the Church."

How can multi-faith organizations contribute to urban sustainability?
Join us at this special networking opportunity where we kickstart the dialogue between faith actors and SDG Cities.
For more information and registration ⤵️
http://forms.gle/7ras236J2rU1yinB6

"Prof. Thomas Schirrmacher @WEASecGen @WEAnews, participated at @StockholmPlus50 and when he met the Swedish Evangelical Alliance, he emphasized the importance of addressing the climate crisis seriously, especially for the world's most vulnerable."
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The MENA Creation Care and the Gospel Conference is taking place at Ajloun Baptist Conference Center in Jordan. This is your opportunity to meet leaders from across the region and be inspired to build a movement for transformation.

Register today at http://lwccn.com/coming-events/mena/

Climate change a bigger threat than war, Fiji Defence Minister Inia Seruiratu tells security summit: „Machine guns, fighter jets... are not our primary security concern. The single greatest threat to our very existence is climate change." https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-61774473 @weasc @WEA_UN

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