We have endured another lockdown and a long winter, but the urgency of the climate crisis hasn’t changed. As spring emerges, so shall we, with the strength of our diversity and the unity of our voice.
It's been a while since our interfaith workshops on climate action at the end of last year. Faith for the Climate would like to say ‘thank you' to everyone who took part in our movement building workshops last October and November. We would like to invite old friends and new to join us for a new workshop to build and strengthen our local relationships.
With the UK set to host the G7 summit of nations in July and the critical UN climate talks (COP26) in November, now is the time for faith communities to reconnect, organise and plan to take action together against climate breakdown.
By participating you will:
- Reconnect and build relationships with others in your area. We will start with breakout rooms in pairs so people can reconnect.
- Learn what campaigners putting their faith into action in your area have been working on since the last workshops. For the Leeds-Bradford workshop we will be hearing from Hazel Arthur from the Quakers Sustainability Group:
In the workshop we will also:
- Learn about Faith for the Climate’s work on COP26 and how you can get involved
- Discuss ideas for action you can take together with other faith communities in your area, with discussion in pairs in breakout rooms again, followed by a whole group discussion.
Join us and get ready to take action at our interfaith regional online workshops!