An Anglican Alliance webinar held on Wednesday 24th September 2014 drew in participants from across the Anglican Communion to hear more about the UN Climate Summit and how we can all join the call for climate justice.
On Tuesday 23rd September 2014 United Nations’ Secretary-General Ban ki-Moon convened a Climate Summit, marking the first time in five years that world leaders gathered together to chart what he called a “bold, new course of action on climate change.”
As over 300,000 people marched through the streets of New York demanding climate justice, thirty faith leaders met to sign a joint statement for fair and ambitious climate negotiations, prior to the UN Climate Summit on Tuesday 23rd September.
Paulo Ueti, Anglican Alliance Regional Facilitator for Latin America and the Caribbean, reflects here on the People’s Climate March in New York, and the Interfaith Service held at The Cathedral of St John the Divine on Sunday 21st September 2014.
A conference preceding the UN Climate Summit in New York has brought together worldwide faiths and traditions to examine the moral imperative and religious call to take action on climate change.
Interfaith campaign Our Voices was launched at the UN Church Center in New York on Wednesday 17th September 2014, inspiring people of all faiths to take action and demand a strong climate agreement from governments worldwide.
This weekend unprecedented numbers of worldwide citizens will take part in global protests, gathering in cities around the world to call on governments for accelerated climate action, as heads of state arrive in New York for UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s historic Climate Summit.
Anglican Alliance Facilitator Michael Roy and the Church of Pakistan report on severe flooding that has killed over 400 people and left thousands stranded.
Climate action involving people of all faiths is being planned to engage the global community and raise our voices on climate change, as the United Nations invite world leaders to their Climate Summit in New York this September.
Ésta es su invitación para unirse a nuestro “Cambio Climático – ¿Dónde está la justicia?” Seminario virtual el Miércoles 24 de Setiembre del 2014 a la 1pm GMT para un tener un entendimiento de la Cumbre del Clima de las Naciones Unidas, una discusión sobre el porqué al cambio climático importa y una mirada a cómo las comunidades locales alrededor del mundo pueden hacer un llamado sobre justicia climática.