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Dear Roger,

COP26 isn’t taking place next month in Glasgow, but the vital and hope-filled conversations on how to stop the climate crisis will continue.

During the next three weeks, people of faith from around the world will unite to raise awareness and motivate action on climate change. Join us.

Every day of inaction on climate change puts the future of humanity in deeper peril and exacerbates pre-existing inequalities and vulnerabilities. As people of faith, we understand that the climate crisis calls on our core values.

Join people of faith from all over the world for a three-part series on the climate crisis from a faith perspective:

The World We Want

Tuesday 27 October

9:00 GMT | 10:00 CET | 6:00 AET

If we can transform our lifestyle and society in just a couple of months to avoid spreading a virus, is it possible to change our societies to avoid climate catastrophe?

Take part in the conversation


  • 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)

OP26 — Ramp Up Ambition!

Tuesday 3 November

11:00 EST | 16:00 GMT | 17:00 CET
English with Spanish interpretation

How can we ensure that National Adaptation Plans are community-based and locally led? How can we raise the ambition in the climate negotiations?

Join the conversation


  • Sarmad Iqbal, Islamic Relief Worldwide (Pakistan)
  • Neil Thorns, Chair of the Climate Coalition and Advocacy Director of CAFOD (UK)
  • Prof Joyashree Roy, Bangabandhu Chair Professor, Asian Institute of Technology. IPCC Author (Thailand)
  • Moema de Miranda, Churches and Mining, Franciscans (Brazil)
  • Ovais Sarmad, UNFCCC Deputy Executive Secretary (Bonn)

Moderator: Lindsey Fielder-Cook, Representative for Climate Change, Quaker United Nations Office (Geneva)

Hope For The Future

Tuesday 10 November

11:00 EST | 16:00 GMT | 17:00 CET
English with Spanish interpretation

Hope may be perceived by some as simply synonymous with wishful thinking. But true hope is visionary, generating the force and determination that motivates us to act and to change.

Help create hope


  • Tais Tokusato, Soka Institute for the Amazon (Brazil)
  • Fr. Joshtrom Kureethadam, Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development (India)
  • Khulekani Sizwe Magwaza, Lutheran World Federation Youth Representative (South Africa)
  • Sister Jayanti Kirpalani, Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (UK)

Moderator: Chiara Martinelli, CIDSE - International family of Catholic social justice organizations


Tomás Insua

Executive Director

Global Catholic Climate Movement

Global Catholic Climate Movement

700 12th St NW, Suite 700 PMB 90321, Washington DC
Washington 20005 United States

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