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Faith and the Climate Crisis

Wed. 26 May 2021 at 19:00–20:00

Pay as you feel

People of faith have a unique contribution to offer in the pursuit of climate justice. All faith communities emphasise a deep interconnectedness between nature and the divine, and the importance of compassion for the Earth and all those who live on it.

Host Rosh Lal will be joined by Dr. Shanon Shah, Director at Faith for the Climate, Jasmine Khatri, Policy at Hindu Climate Action, and Naomi Reiss, co-founder of the Young Christian Climate Network.

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