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Climate Action Reports

How CUAC insitutions are responding to the climate crisis through education

View PDF of Complete Report or see below for Individual Reports by College/University. 

These reports were organized by the CUAC Climate Crisis Working Group which was formed in response to CUAC’s Online Seminar V: COP26, Climate Change and Christian Universities (Nov 2021) and were presented at the 2023 CUAC Triennial Conference at Trinity College & Janet Clarke Hall in Melbourne, Australia on July 5th.

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Compass Points

Compass Points is the official newsletter of the Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion. It is generally published on-line two or three times per year in a computer printable PDF format. Each edition is sent to all member institutions and also to any persons or institutions who wish to receive copies of the publication.

The newsletter publishes news from all member institutions and also news of member churches around the Anglican Communion which would be of interest to members. (Send news releases to [email protected])

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Compass Points also publishes book reviews and articles in the field of higher education. Normally the first edition following the International Conference held every three years (the 'Triennial') publishes the main Plenary Presentations of the Conference. The first such integrated edition of Compass Points for the 2008 Triennial is available here

 

Climate Action Reports

INTRODUCTION:  Choosing Life and Protecting Creation by Dr Stephen Scoffham, Convenor, CUAC Climate Crisis Working Party, Visiting Reader in Sustainability and Education, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

TABLE OF CONTENTS

AMERICAN COLLEGE, Madurai, INDIA: Green Culture and Tackling the Climate Crisis

BARD COLLEGE, Annandale-on Hudson, NY, USA: World Wide Teach-In Climate Justice

CANTERBURY CHRIST CHURCH UNIVERSITY, UK: Carbon Literacy Training,

Dragon! Public Art Sustainability Activism

Social and Environmental Justice Conference

CUTTINGTON UNIVERSITY, LIBERIA:  A Plastic-free Soil for the Growth of Plants

KENYON COLLEGE, Gambier, OK, USA:  Waste Reduction Goes Digital

MADRAS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, Chennai, INDIA: Tree Planting Drive following Vardah Cyclone

Waste Management Student Association (WAMSA)

MOMOYAMA GAKUIN UNIVERSITY, Osaka, JAPAN: Our Climate Change Policy Based on our “Environmental Declaration”

PLYMOUTH MARJON UNIVERSITY, UK:  Marjon Zero

RIKKYO UNIVERSITY, Tokyo, JAPAN:  Carbon Neutrality Declaration

SEWANEE | UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH, USA: Composting Diverts Food Waste from Landfill

Reforestation and Education in Burundi

Turning Trash to Treasure


UNIVERSITY OF CHESTER, UK: Combining Science and the Arts to Act on Climate Change

‘Let’s Talk Transport’ Group

WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, INDIA: Tiding Over the Climate Crisis - Initiatives at WCC, Chennai

AFTERWORD: Living Faithfully and Wholistically in the World by Dr Elizabeth Perry, Advocacy and Communication Manager, Anglican Alliance

Appendix: Climate Problem Statements, Professor Paul Wilson, Principal, Madras Christian College, Chennai, India

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Occasional Papers

A joint publication of Whitelands College, University of Roehampton, London, UK, and CUAC (Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion)

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Prologue

From 1999 to 2005, CUAC published a referred journal entitled 'Prologue'. It focused on the issues, trends, opportunities, and challenges of international Anglican higher education. With contributors and readers on five continents, Prologue offered diverse perspectives on the unique mission of church-related colleges and universities throughout the world. Because of the cost of publication, the CUAC Board of Trustees suspended publication in 2008. It was decided that CUAC's Newsletter/Magazine Compass Points would henceforth publish both news and formal papers to the CUAC community. The first integrated edition was published in Volume 10:1 of Compass Points.

Reprints of all issues of Prologue are available from CUAC for a nominal fee plus international postage.