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Art for the Planet

Creation Care Not Ecocide banners are the product of the Art for the Planet community project. Participant groups from across Scotland brought together their creativity and deep concern for the climate crisis. All patches were created by reusing materials.


The Banners have been sponsored by:

Church of Scotland
School of Divinity
University of Edinburgh, Dept of Social Responsibility and Sustainability.
Centre for Study of World Christianity
Centre for Theology and Public Issues
Edinburgh Buddhist Network.


The patches were creatively sewn together by:
Sandra Carter & Hilary Watkinson


The Patches were made by staff and students of the School of Divinity and faith, community groups in Edinburgh & across Scotland, including:

Ardoch Parish Church, Braco, Hot Chocolate & Pins and Needles groups.
Barclay/Viewforth Church Creative Group
Beath/Cowdenbeath North Church
Brownies, 195 Edinburgh
Charlotte Chapel Guides
Christchurch Morningside & children’s group
Edinburgh Buddhist Network
Edinburgh Synagogue children’s group.
Elderslie Kirk & Guild, Renfrewshire.
Invergowrie Junior Church
Hillhead Baptist Church, Glasgow.
Mayfield Salisbury Church, three groups
Mannofield Church, Aberdeen.
Methill & Denbeath Parish Church.
North Leith Parish Church.
People & Planet UoE student group.
Scottish Jewish Textile Group
St Albert’s Catholic Chaplaincy, Edinburgh
St Augustine’s Congregational Church, Edinburgh
St Columba’s by the Castle, Edinburgh
St James’, Leith
St John’s Renfield Youth Group, Glasgow.
St Ninian’s Church, Nairn
Stockbridge Church, Edinburgh.
Trinity Church youth station, Falkirk
Wardie Parish Church, Edinburgh


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