BUC and the Climate Crisis2022-11-15T20:14:30+11:00
On 24 November 2019, Brunswick Uniting Church declared a “Climate Crisis”. In 2020, we adopted a Climate Crisis Action Plan.
These steps build on our longstanding commitment to environmental action. We are also an active member of ARRCC.

Besides our collective action, BUC households are taking action for Climate Justice.

View the video prepared by Ian Ferguson for an online Climate Pastoral Care course

See the Tower Room Window page for news about the COP27 Climate Change Conference.

Read more about our journey (below left) and news updates (below right).

Climate Crisis Declaration

Brunswick Uniting Church (BUC) resolved to declare a climate crisis in November 2019.

Green Power

Our purchased electricity (after our solar production) is beyond carbon neutral, and our remaining gas is 100% carbon neutral (using carbon offsets). Learn about GreenPower for your home.

Letter writing

Write a letter to our parliamentarians.   Please see the attached draft letter prepared by Richard Arnold.
Addresses/contact details  for all members of Parliament can be found here.  This includes both the House of Representatives and the Senate.

Climate Action Plan

Church Council has adopted a Climate Crisis Action Plan!  Read more about our journey.

Season of Creation

Members of the Climate Action Group contribute to worship during the Season of Creation

Make a commitment

In 2020 we were invited to Make a commitment to climate change
See Season of Creation 3 for more information.
Read the commitments made so far.  Keep track of our progress!

Recent posts:

Climate Action News 4/12

December Crosslight The December edition of Crosslight is now available in print and online. Feature articles include a look into the climate crisis [...]

Climate Action News 27/11

Advocacy & Outcomes at COP27 Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC) chair, Thea Ormerod, has written a report concerning outcomes at COP 27. As we all [...]

Climate Action News 20/11

Chance to help stop approvals of new coal and gas There is an important, time-sensitive political angle to work on. Minister Plibersek has agreed [...]

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