Kairos / For the love of creation COP27 Delegation
March 22, 2023

COP27 Report from FLC/KAIROS Delegation Out Now!

A report on the KAIROS / For the Love of Creation delegation to COP27 is now available. The report details key outcomes from the 10-person delegation, impacts on public engagement

Group of people on the steps of a church with a large sign that says, "Candles for COP27."
November 18, 2022

Candles for COP27: Vigils for Climate Justice

The experiences were different, from four people on a bridge braving a minus-twenty-degree windchill to a large circle of people gathered on the autumn leaves with robust drumming, but the

Three great horned owls in a tree
December 16, 2021

Be Still

Below is a personal reflection written by Louisa Bruinsma. We hope it inspires your own practice of stillness or sacred pause during the season of Advent, as we wait for

November 18, 2021

Hope amidst devastation as COP26 concludes

“Rejoice in hope, be patient in suffering, persevere in prayer.” Romans 12.12 Alok Sharma, the British MP serving as President of COP26, was visibly shaken as he gaveled the adoption

November 18, 2021

Fall Symposium Graphic Recordings

Key insights and reflections from the FLC Fall Symposium on October 30, 2021 were captured by graphic recorder, Devon Kerslake from ThinkLink Graphics. Devon produced three illustrations capturing the discussions

November 11, 2021

Oil and gas in a 1.5 C world

I’m sitting in my cabin watching the sun set over the Ottawa Valley. It isn’t the most spectacular sunset ever, but it is quiet and beautiful, soft and predictable, contemplative

Dry cracked dirt
November 09, 2021

Adaptation, Loss and damage Day at COP26

Photo credit: Julia Volk from Pexels Adaptation, Loss and Damage Day at COP26 November 8th was Adaptation, Loss and Damage Day at COP26.  First, some background: John Holdren, Senior Advisor

Parade float at night
November 08, 2021

Listening to Jeremiah at the Climate Parade of Promises

Photo Credit: Cayetano Gil, unsplash Listening to Jeremiah at the Climate Parade of Promises “See how the siege ramps are built up to take the city. Because of the sword, famine