This year, the world’s biggest climate change summit was held in Glasgow on 1-12 November. At the United Nations Climate Summit, COP26, world leaders gathered to set targets to tackle the climate crisis.
Read our joint response to the outcomes of COP26 here (Released on 14.11.2021).
Churches across the UK have the chance to use this as an opportunity, to jump deeper into prayer and action for creation. We also have the chance to raise our voice, and call for ambitious action from our leaders to bring about climate justice.
Updates from Glasgow
Our team members at COP26 are sending daily video updates from Glasgow, with the need-to-know information from that day and prayer points for the coming days. See them on our social media or at YouTube.
You can also sign up to receive these updates via email here:
Sign up below to receive daily highlights from COP26, from our accredited delegates in the blue zone.
Take Action: Send a prayer boat to your MP
Make an origami prayer boat, and send it to your MP with a letter asking them to use their power to make COP26 a success for climate justice.
Want to get clued up?
Watch the video
You can use this video in a church service or event, to help your group get up to speed with what COP26 is and why it’s important. It’s free to use and share.
Read the briefing
We’ve pulled together all the key details you need to know in to a short and easy to use briefing paper.
Need a plain text version? Click here to read the briefing as a plain text document.
Local churches around Britain and Ireland are coming together before COP26, to worship, commit and speak up. Climate Sunday is the UK’s largest ecumenical initiative in the lead up to COP26. You’re invited to hold a climate-focussed service, where you can commit to long term action for the climate and raise your voice, to call for change.
Make sure you register your Climate Sunday service, to be included in our collective act of worship on 5 September 2021, live from Glasgow cathedral. Here, we’ll be presenting faith and government leaders with the actions churches have taken to step towards climate justice.
Climate Sunday is being organised by EIN, the Environmental Issues Network of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.
We’ve brought together everything you need to know about events, campaigns and activities in the lead up to COP26. Explore our resources hub and get equipped to take this opportunity to advocate for climate justice.
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