Wild Christian presents ‘Why should Christians campaign on climate and nature?’ as part of the Climate Coalition’s Great Big Green Week.
The UK government is hosting COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference, in Glasgow this year which presents a unique opportunity to advocate for the protection and restoration of nature as a key issue within these critical climate talks.
But why should Christians raise our voice on this issue? How can we have an impact? And, where should we start?
Join us on 24 Friday September as we launch our very first ‘Campaign Friday’ online event to help you get started on campaigning for nature and the climate. Hear from experienced campaigner and CEO of A Rocha UK Andy Atkins on how and why Christians should get involved in campaigning, and from Hannah Eves, who will share with us her recent experience campaigning with the Young Christian Climate Network’s relay pilgrimage to COP26.
We’ll also spend time looking at some key nature-related campaigns; and for those who want to – we’ll even have a time to take part in them during the webinar.
Please register to recieve details on how to join our ‘Campaign Friday’ webinar. A reminder email will be sent to all registered attendees the morning of the event.
Booking closes on 23 September at 5pm.
Who is A Rocha UK? We are a Christian charity working for the protection and restoration of the natural world and committed to equipping Christians and churches in the UK to care for the environment. You can find out more about our vision here.
What is Wild Christian? Wild Christian is A Rocha UK’s scheme for families and individuals. It is a growing community of families and individuals exploring the connections between our Christian faith, the natural environment, and how we live.Read more
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