On behalf of the Diocese of Lincoln and the University of Lincoln, we invite you to a conference that seeks to navigate ways that science and the church can be leaders, both in caring for creation and measuring the effectiveness of our actions.

The conference is collaborative in nature. There are speakers from science and theology in the United Kingdom, Oceania, and the United States. These contexts demonstrate that rising tides and falling reservoirs leave us with too much water and not enough water. The experiences of our companion Diocese of Polynesia tell of islands in crisis.

This conference aims to identify action we can take together. Conference outcomes include a case study of the impact of the conference and the launch of the Lincoln Diocesan Environmental Policy. The Policy can be a resource for the county of Lincolnshire and beyond.

The conference will plant trees to offset its carbon footprint and feature a three-course dinner with a low carbon footprint in the Cathedral Chapter House. A full timetable of events will be available on the diocesan website from June 2019.

In the meantime, further information may be found here, and booking details may be found here.