Faiths Unite: Visions for Transformative Climate Action – Online Event #1
The Interfaith Liaison Committee to the UNFCCC welcomes friends from around the world to learn, discuss and explore climate action in the run up to what should have been COP26. We welcome members from different religious communities, alongside scientists and policymakers, to meet and share their visions for faith-based climate action in 2020.
Join the FIRST session of a 3-part interactive online series every Tuesday, October 27th- November 10th, 2020.
This first online session will provide a space to explore the response offered by different faith traditions to the current climate crisis and COVID-19. The discussion will focus on how these perspectives might help us to navigate through this precarious moment.
- 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)
Zoom Host: Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University: