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Catholic Earthcare Australia Director, Jacqui Rémond is the nominated member from the Roman Catholic Church on the National Council of Churches Eco Mission Project (NCCA EMP). Jacqui is also the Convenor of the NCCA EMP.

This project is an ecumenical collaboration, designed to enable churches to work together to make the Christian voice and position heard on ecological matters.

Given the current ecological crisis (biodiversity loss, unsustainable consumption of resources, climate change etc.), there is an urgent need for the churches to address publicly the ethical, social and spiritual questions posed by this crisis. There is also a growing awareness that the church has a genuine mission to love and care for God’s Creation as a vital expression of its faith (this is our definition of Eco Mission). In this context, the project was established to enable a plan of action to facilitate this mission.

To learn more about the NCCA Eco Mission Project, visit the NCCA website.


NSW Eco Mission Network

Catholic Earthcare participates in the New South Wales chapter of the Eco Mission Project and hosts the monthly meetings.

The NSW Eco Mission Network was formed as a voluntary team of NSW Christians who are actively responding to the call of the NCCA Eco Mission Project to build national networks that link faith and ecology.

To learn more about the Network visit the Eco Mission NSW website.


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Global Catholic Climate Movement (GCCM)

Catholic Earthcare is one of the founding members of the GCCM, which was launched on January 15, 2015.

The GCCM is an international coalition of Catholic organisations and leaders committed to a sustainable climate future. It is comprised of laity and clergy, theologians, scientists and activists from around the world. This is the first time such a diverse global movement of Catholics have joined forces to work together on climate issues. All are united by their Catholic faith, commitment to climate change issues and a shared sense of responsibility to care for God’s life-giving Creation.

To learn more about the Global Catholic Climate Movement visit the GCCM website.