The latest article on LEAD Asia and creation care from LEAD Asia's Senior Environmental Consultant came out last week. Read about some heroes who take their faith and their work caring for God's creation seriously.
A great example of what can be achieved through landscape restoration of catchment areas in the tropics, and how the benefits to local communities help them thrive again.
If this is of interest to you and your community, contact David Price, LEAD Asia's Senior Environmental Consultant, for more information.
This week LEAD Asia staff are in Manila helping run and teach at a Community of Practice event on the SDGs and Indigenous Peoples. Our partners are Lyceum University of the Philippines and ESSC, featured below. It's going to be a great event!
LEAD Asia is excited to be a part of and supporting this event, taking place in Manila next week. Great conversations expected!
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An important event on Creation Care in East Asia this July.
Are you living in East Asia and wish to connect with other creation care practitioners and faith leaders?
Held in Hsinchu City, Taiwan, 24 – 28 July, 2017, the ...East Asia Regional Conference on Creation Care and the Gospel might just be the event for you! It's part of the Lausanne/WEA Global Campaign for Creation Care and the Gospel.
Who should come?
– Leaders of churches and Christian institutions,
– Theologians and biblical scholars,
– Creation care practitioners and environmental professionals (in education, sustainable farming, etc.), and
– Anyone who would like to raise a voice to care for creation.
Conference participants are being invited from East Asian regions such as Japan, Korea, mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, with a few spaces reserved for others, such as participants from regions not represented at the 2014 Southeast Asia Regional Conference in Manila.
Visit the website for more information and connect with Samuel Chiu, A Rocha's East Asia Projects Coordinator