Join a movement of people from all different faiths in Cambridge, to take a walk celebrating unity between religious identities in the face of climate change challenges. A move towards low-carbon lifestyles to reduce human impact on climate change raises deep questions about the nature of truly fulfilling lives and design of flourishing societies. To reduce carbon emissions at the level that is required to impact climate change, radical rethinking of our personal, social and economic actions is needed, much of which can be informed by spiritual and faith identities.
6:00pm – 7:30pm, Friday 24 October
Beside Riverside Bridge, next to the Museum of Technology, Riverside Road, Cambridge CB5 8JB
No need to book (just turn up). More information is available here.
The discussion evening series at my home continues this Friday 1st June, at 8 pm, with a discussion on the topic, “Ethical and Spiritual Dimensions of Climate Change.” The topic will be presented by Bruce who works in the area of wildlife conservation.
The planet is undergoing dramatic changes and climate change is a cause of increasing concern. The decisions we need to make to address this issue cannot merely be addressed by science but must also be informed by spiritual and ethical values.