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New World Outlook Cover May/June 2016Lessons from Fiji

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Panelists, supporters, and members of the Methodist Church of Peru’s Working Group on Climate Justice gather for a photo during the “Committed with Creation Care” conference in Peru.
The Methodist Church of Peru Takes Steps Toward Climate Justice
A Working Group on Climate Justice in Peru prompts the church to promote simple commitments for creation care.
Evans Ndadzungira, in one of the communities where he inspects a tree nursery ready for transplantation in agro-forestry and forest rehabilitation project in Barangay Rogongon, Iligan City.
Climate Change, Environmental Protection
Global Mission Fellow Evans Ndadzungira from Zimbabwe shares of his work in environmental protection of ecosystems in the Philippines.
Fiji’s Vunidogoloa village is gradually succumbing to the adverse effects of climate change, causing entire communities to relocate.
Relocation and Rising Sea Levels in Fiji
Fiji’s Vunidogola village gradually succumbed to the adverse effects of climate change until, finally, the entire population of the village had to relocate to higher ground.
Stories on the various dynamics of climate change and its effect on the Solomon Islands.
High Tide for Island Nations
Stories on the various dynamics of climate change and its effect on the Solomon Islands.
Thomas Kemper visited Fiji in December 2015, hosted by Jerusha and Wes Neal, missionaries there. Third from right is Thomas, his wife Barbara Hüfner-Kemper, and to his left, Timoci Nawaciono and Sainimili Nawaciono.
Lessons from Fiji
General Secretary Thomas Kemper reflects on his trip to Fiji citing the effects of climate change and the church’s responsibility to be part of all that God has made.

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