"With little fanfare and scant media attention, a new social movement appears to be evolving in Canada to address issues of environmental decline and climate change from a moral, ethical and justice perspective. Headed by an Anglican priest, the Rev. Dr. Mishka Lysack, the first 'retreat' was held in Calgary last October and video-linked to Edmonton. Since then, a series of events have taken place in Toronto and Ottawa, the latest being an evening panel session at Saint Paul University on Oct. 1  followed by a workshop aimed at building leadership". "'What we're developing is a moral-based social movement which involves different religious and faith-based communities and very deliberately including those that are not just Christian but of other faith traditions', Lysack told the 'Anglican Journal' at the leadership retreat". "The movement is unique in what it has to offer because all the issues have a moral framework, he said. 'What does it mean to live a good life ? ... What does it mean to care for the earth, to worship God in ways that are faithful, respectful of each other and respectful of creation that God has created with us ?"