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ARC: useful resources
Books, media, handbooks, links, newsletters, pictures and information to inspire, inform and help faith groups go green  

April 2, 2014:
Prayers and Meditations
Thoughtful devotions about creation and conservation from different religious traditions.   

November 26, 2014:
Radio Podcasts & 'Listen Again' opportunities
ARC Secretary General Martin Palmer is often called upon to contribute to BBC radio programmes on topics relating to religion and conservation. Many of these broadcasts are available to download as podcasts from the BBC website.  

ARC diary archive
Archive of past diary entries from the ARC website since April 2008.   

ARC photo gallery
See some of ARC's work in pictures. Photos are available for use for non-commercial purposes, with credit to ARC and the photographer where relevant.  

Multimedia
Interesting audio and videos about the work of ARC and our partners  

Follow ARC's Twitter and Facebook accounts
Follow ARC on Twitter and Facebook  

News Feed
Link to the excellent news feed on religions and environment from our partners at the Yale Forum for Religion and Ecology.  

Inspiration
Inspiring ideas and stories about protecting the planet through faith and community  

Why work with the faiths?
There are compelling reasons to take the role of faith groups very seriously as partners for change in conservation.  

Statistics about religions and the environment
Statistics about religions and the environment  

ARC Newsletters
Newsletters sent out by ARC  

ARC leaflets
ARC has a selection of A4 leaflets, covering our main current project areas, including Faith in Food, Green Pilgrimage Network and a general introduction to our work.  

What others have said about religion, the environment - and ARC
Comments about ARC's work with faith groups with the vision of caring and protecting our world, and about the need to link conservation with faith.   

Interview with Prince Philip
“If you believe in God, which is what Christians are supposed to do, then you should feel a responsibility to care for His Creation.” ARC's founder, the Duke of Edinburgh gives a rare interview about his beliefs in conservation.  

Creative Commons photo credits
ARC is grateful to all the Creative Commons photographers who have kindly allowed us to use their images.  

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Latest news

September 8, 2017:
Read ARC's pledge for #NatureForAll
ARC is joining our partner IUCN to make a pledge for their #NatureForAll campaign, Read our pledge here.

September 3, 2017:
Economist article this week about faiths investing in the environment
The Economist quotes ARC's Zug Faith in Finance event, and asks how fast should religious investors divest from oil, gas and coal...

September 1, 2017:
The Pope and Patriarch issue a joint statement this Creationtide
"We urgently appeal to those in positions of social and economic, as well as political and cultural, responsibility to ... respond to the plea of millions and support the consensus of the world for the healing of our wounded creation." The Pope and the Ecumenical Patriarch issue a joint statement to mark the beginning of this Creationtide period Sept 1 to Oct 4, 2017

August 23 2017:
One year course for future leaders on Spiritual Ecology - deadline Sept 15
The Spiritual Ecology Youth Leadership Programme is an eight month fully funded part time course for 20-32 year olds living anywhere in the European Union, from different faith and spiritual traditions. Now accepting applications for 2018.

August 8 2017:
Why the global food industry is killing wild animals and why it matters
ARC's secretary-general Martin Palmer will be giving a talk at Compassion In World Farming's extraordinary and important conference in October on how over-farming is leading to extinction of species. Here he explains how a new narrative is needed, because the current system is about excess, greed and foolishness disguised as ‘market forces’.