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Friends of the Earth - “Tell your councillor we must stop investing in fossil fuels”

Friends of the Earth highlight a new report that shows how council pensions are fuelling the climate crisis. What action can you take?

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What have faith and Finance got to do with Climate Change?


On Thursday 12 October 2017, the Church of Scotland and partners Christian Aid Scotland, Oikocredit UK and Ireland, Eco-Congregation Scotland and ECCR met in St Andrew’s and St Georges West Church in Edinburgh for this year’s Good Money Week Conference. It was a positive and inspiring day! Read the full conference report.

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International Credit Union Day 19 October 2017!

International Credit Union (ICU) Day® celebrates the spirit of the global credit union movement. The 2017 International Credit Union (ICU) Day® theme — "Dreams Thrive Here" illustrates how credit union and other financial cooperatives serve as catalysts to make different professions, personal choices and career paths real.

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Minister of Money: Henry Duncan

Founder of the Savings Bank Movement: A new publication written by Prof. Charles W Munn

A man of vision and compassion, Duncan believed fundamentally in the dignity of ordinary working people. From its beginnings in a small cottage on the shores of the Solway, his community savings bank went on to influence and inspire generations all over the world.

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Linking Lives UK

Earlier in the year, the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness was launched at the Houses of Parliament. Issues around loneliness are now appearing in the media on an almost weekly basis, such is the concern by government, charities and wider society.

Linking Lives UK is working hard to address these issues by supporting churches to set up befriending schemes in their local communities. These schemes enable volunteers to visit those affected by loneliness in their own homes, normally once a week for around one hour. These visits can be a real lifeline and are an opportunity to provide good quality time for someone else which is often mutually beneficial.

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image Published: Aug 24, 2017