In an era when scientists warn there is limited time left in which to reverse the most catastrophic effects of climate change, BIAPT 2021 will turn its attention to this most urgent of issues and to wide-ranging engagement with ecological thinking.Continue reading
Caritas Plymouth would like to invite you to join Bishop Mark O’Toole for an online discusion to reflect in climate changeContinue reading
The 2021 Modern Church Conference addresses the greater emergency that sits at present in the background of the coronavirus pandemic – the progressive impact of climate change. But it will not be two days of doom and gloom. Grave
as the emergency is, we shall be looking for positive directions in which to think, act, and pray.
Join Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together at Emmanuel Baptist Church for prayer and praise as the Young Christian Climate Network Relay from the G7 in Cornwall to the COP26 UN climate talks in Glasgow passes through FalmouthContinue reading
Join Bishop Mark O’Toole for an online discussion and reflection on climate change, our Diocesan Environment Policy and the call to be Stewards of Creation.Continue reading
We’re excited that our Relay to COP26 begins in under two weeks!
We also have some favours to ask!
We only have about 50% of volunteer roles filled for the start of Cornwall-Bristol. This beginning stretch is hugely important as it will be the first part of the route that people see, and we hope that starting well will encourage others to get involved as the Relay travels.
Extinction Rebellion revealed their plans for the G7 Summit in Cornwall (11 – 13 June.) The series of protests – to be held across the UK in the run up to, and during the summit – will be focused on the failure of G7 nations to respect the global climate commitments they made in Paris in 2015, and to urge the leaders meeting at Carbis Bay in Cornwall to act immediately to address the Climate and Ecological Emergency.Continue reading
On the final day of the G7 summit the Extinction Rebellion protest will return to St. Ives where a day of creative beach based actions is planned, including art installations, music, speakers and ‘discobedience’.Continue reading
On the second day of the G7 summit the focus of Extinction Rebellion protests will switch to Falmouth, where the group plans to hold another creative, non-violent march through the town. There will be creative art installations, speeches and theatrical performances, interspersed with singing and choir performances.Continue reading
On the first day of the G7 Summit Extinction Rebellion plans to hold a creative and artistic, but noisy protest march through the centre of St. Ives. Supporters are invited to “sound the alarm” for climate justice by making as much noise as possible with air horns, drums, rattles and other instruments. The march will feature a large samba band and many pop up theatrical actions.Continue reading