Faith and the Environment Across the Commonwealth Day
- Wednesday 28 July 2021 (09:00-17:00)
The climate crisis is the biggest threat to global wellbeing the world has ever faced. As evidence of its impact and significance only continues to grow and nations everywhere are confronted with increasing environmental challenges, our ‘Faith and the Environment Day’ takes a closer look at what faith communities across the world are doing to make a difference.
On 28 July, we’ll be hosting a series of webinars live from across the Commonwealth examining the responses of a variety of faith communities to the environmental crisis, asking, what are religious groups doing practically to help? How are they talking about these issues with their adherents and members? Are there particular strategies that they can adopt or lessons to be learned across the world to help us make a difference before it is too late? Each 60-75 minute webinar will feature speakers from the region and be broadcast live by Zoom Webinar. To register for the sessions in interactive mode where you’ll be able to put your questions to the speakers, please select the links below and join at the scheduled time:
Sessions will also be livestreamed and available for later viewing on the YouTube and Facebook pages of the Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion
Access to all sessions is free of charge and open to all. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.