The A Rocha Blog

Caroline is the Director of Climate Stewards which advises on how to reduce carbon footprints and then offset them. She is also Environment Advisor to the Diocese of Bath and Wells and church warden of her local church. She qualified as a chartered surveyor and worked in commercial property before working with Tearfund in Ghana in the mid-1990s. More recently she spent three years with her family in Rwanda where she was involved in community and environmental projects. She has an MSc in Climate Change Impacts and Sustainability.

31st January 2020 | Caroline Pomeroy | 2 comments

Love hurts

A friend of mine who has a brother living in Australia recently took the difficult decision never to fly to Australia again. ‘Love hurts’, she commented ruefully. Others will make different choices, for different reasons, but choose we must.

Categories: Reflections
31st August 2018 | Caroline Pomeroy | 0 comments

‘Be fruitful and multiply!’

Our demand for natural resources depends on how much stuff we consume, multiplied by how many of us there are. Readers of this blog will be no strangers to the myriad ways in which we are damaging God’s creation. Human population is discussed much less; it’s a political “hot potato” which conservation organisations, development agencies and churches tend to steer clear of.

Categories: Reflections