Students from Duke’s Secondary School in Ashington planted a tree last month, gifted to them at STEM Fest Net Zero
A charity which supports individuals living with lifelong mental health conditions and learning disabilities has partnered up with a local primary school to help transform part of its playing field into a forest school
As part of the Diocese of Newcastle ongoing pledge to tackle the climate emergency and become net-zero carbon by 2030, it has joined a growing list of dioceses which have announced divestment plans and committed their support to Operation Noah's Bright Now campaign
Taking care of God's Creation is an integral part of Christian life and environmental issues are an established part of ministry and mission
The NCEAT have recently launched a competition to gather ideas on how to make their schools sustainable and reduce their carbon footprint
LastÂ week staff from hospitals in Newcastle took part in a cycle ride from London to Glasgow to raise awareness of the impact of climate change and air pollution
Churches and schools welcomed members of the Young Christian Climate Network (YCCN) with northern hospitality this October, as they made their way on a climate justice pilgrimage through the North East
Harvest is a time of thanksgiving. Where, in the church, we thank God for all that has been provided for us, as well as our gifts, talents and uniqueness.Â Here at Berwick Parish Church, we had a lot to be thankful for...
PupilsÂ from church schools across the North East will have their voices heard in a show to be aired at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow
In early October, Newcastle will be hosting young Christians on a pilgrimage which has spanned the length of the country.
Pilgrims journeying from Poland to Glasgow will arrive in Newcastle this October as part of their efforts in raising awareness of climate change.
HundredsÂ of young Christians will march through our Diocese as part of a pilgrimage spanning the length of the country in their fight against climate change.
Schoolchildren at a Northumberland primary school have been recognised for their work protecting their local environment.The Bishop of Newcastle, the Right Reverend Christine Hardman presented the children at Warkworth Church of England Aided Primary