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Advent and Ecology 
BBC and WWF UK, 1988
Liturgies and reflections on the links between ecology and the Incarnation, drawn from the BBC Radio 4 series of Sunday morning services.
order from ARC £3.50 inc UK postage


Creation and Harvest Service Book 
WWF UK
Ideas for church services celebrating the Creation and Harvest.
order from ARC £3.00 inc UK postage


Creation Festival Liturgy 
Coventry 1988
Illustrated order of service for a special Creation liturgy first performed at Coventry Cathedral, including a dramatic new telling of the Creation story.
order from ARC £3.00 inc UK postage


Lord of Creation 
Yorkshire TV and WWF UK, 1988
Five meditations for Holy Week broadcast by Yorkshire TV during Easter.
order from ARC £4.00 inc UK postage


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May 1, 2018:
News from the 8th World Sikh Environment Day 2018
We've just heard from our friends at EcoSikh that the Eighth World Sikh Environment Day was the biggest ever. It was celebrated by 5,100 Sikh Gurdwaras, institutions, schools and communities across India and all over the world on March 14, more than any other years since the beginning of celebration in 2011.

May 1, 2018:
Faith Initiative magazine features religions and environment this month
Faith Initiative magazine www.faithinitiative.co.uk this month has a series of important articles on Faith and climate change, featuring articles by ARC's Martin Palmer and our partner organisations the Bhumi Project and EcoSikh, as well as Harfiyah Haleem from the Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences IFEES. Link to the articles here.

April 19, 2018:
Penguin India publishes important new book on Hinduism and Nature
We have just received our copy of Hinduism and Nature by historian, environmentalist (and good friend of ARC) Dr Nanditha Krishna. It is about the mythical stories and religious significance of India's varied landscapes. And how those stories are one of the things that can and might protect India's animals and places from the bulldozers of progress.

April 11, 2018:
Monks Community Forest is part of important new wildlife sanctuary in Cambodia
The Cambodian government last week created a new wildlife sanctuary covering more than 30,000 hectares in Oddar Meanchey province. It includes the Sang Rukhavoan community forest, led by Venerable Bun Saluth and supported by ARC.

April 4, 2018:
Milestone in journey towards international faith-consistent investment
ARC has secured agreement to form an alliance for faith-consistent investment. The agreement was made by world faith representatives at a pivotal meeting at the UN HQ in New York last week.