The world we want

“The fruits of mother earth” lie spread out, as people of faith gather in a “Prayer for the Rainforest” as part of the Cumbre Social por el Clima, on the fringes of COP25 in Madrid, where faith-based organizations continue to urge decision-makers to take action for climate justice. Photo: LWF/Albin Hillert
“The fruits of mother earth” lie spread out, as people of faith gather in a “Prayer for the Rainforest” as part of the Cumbre Social por el Clima, on the fringes of COP25 in Madrid, where faith-based organizations continue to urge decision-makers to take action for climate justice. Photo: LWF/Albin Hillert

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Visions for transformative climate action

The first of three online sessions provide a space to explore the response offered by different faith traditions to the current climate crisis and COVID-19. The discussion focuses on how these perspectives might help to navigate through this precarious moment.

Panelists:

  • Reverend James Bhagwan, Pacific Conference of Churches (Fiji)
  • Iyad Abu Moghli, Faith for Earth UNEP (Nairobi)
  • Liza Zogib, DiversEarth and Chair of the IUCN Religion, Spirituality, Environmental Conservation and Climate Justice Specialist Group (Switzerland)
  • Mohamed Mohideen, Islamic Council of Victoria (Australia)

Moderator:

  • Faith Biddle, Friends World Committee for Consultation, UK

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Event languages: English

 


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Begins
10:00 AM GMT+01:00
27 October 2020
Ends
11:30 AM GMT+01:00
27 October 2020

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Themes

Climate
Climate Justice
Interfaith
Climate Change
COP
COP26

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