Churches can get involved with speaking up, to encourage our governments to take bold action for climate justice. Take a look at these campaigns to get involved.
Make COP Count: Faiths for the Climate have coordinated an interfaith movement, working for Transformation, Advocacy and Hospitality ahead of COP26. Find their resources and get involved here.
The Time is Now: Hundreds of organisations and faith groups have come together to say that The Time Is Now for a cleaner, greener world that works for everyone. You can sign the declaration as an individual, church or organisation here.
Rise to the Moment: YCCN relay: The Young Christian Climate Network are walking between the G7 in Cornwall and COP26 in Glasgow, and inviting churches across the UK to get involved. This is open to all ages and denominations across the UK. Find out more here.
Climate Justice For All: CJ4A is a climate focused, youth-led, global campaign which seeks to mobilise the Methodist family on issues of climate justice. Find their monthly short films and worship resources, and get involved in their global call for climate justice.
Global Prayer Chain: Christian Aid are coordinating a year of prayer for a world where everyone can flourish. Sign up to the prayer chain.
Faiths 4 Climate Justice:
Two weeks before global climate negotiations, people of diverse religions will rise to send a message: destroying the planet is against our religions.