The environment we live in has dramatic impact on our well-being. This is true for all the people and communities, especially rural communities and the urban poor.
“We are faced with a crisis that is pressing, urgent, and that must be resolved in our generation. Many of the world’s poorest people, ecosystems, and species of flora and fauna are being devastated … (by) … climate change, deforestation, biodiversity loss, water stress, and pollution. … Love for God, our neighbours and the wider creation, as well as our passion for justice, compel us to urgent ecological responsibility”. – The Lausanne Commitment.
Interserve workers in Asia and the Arab World are caring for nature and people, motivated by God’s love for all.
I’m raising funds to help by hosting a clothes swap.