Ecumenical Water Network

The EWN is a network of churches and Christian organizations promoting people's access to water around the world

Ecumenical Water Network urges elimination of bottled water

Ecumenical Water Network urges elimination of bottled water

The International Reference Group of the Ecumenical Water Network of the WCC, at the conclusion of its recent meeting in Geneva, urged churches and ecumenical organizations in Europe and North America to consider eliminating the use of bottled water due to its adverse impact on the environment and because it is an impediment to realizing the human right to water.

Humanity needs to tend the garden of creation, says WCC leader

Humanity cannot ignore its responsibility for creation, the WCC general secretary, the Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, has stated in Stuttgart during the German Protestant Kirchentag.

In Sri Lanka’s second city, industry hits water quality, says Anglican teacher

In Sri Lanka’s second city, industry hits water quality, says Anglican teacher

"Our water cannot be used for drinking without being treated, and many people suffer from kidney problems due to consumption of polluted water,” says Sri Lankan teacher Marasinghage Ruwan Jayaratne.