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Interfaith Reflections on the Climate Crisis

Published: Nov. 4, 2022


The Interfaith Liaison Committee (ILC) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), invites faith-orientated persons to take part in a discussion on building strength and resilience in the face of the climate crisis. During the opening of COP27, participants are led to address the following questions: Where are we? Where do we want to go? How do we get there?

Sunday, November 6, 2022
8:00 AM Pacific = 9:30 AM Mountain
       (In-person event starts at 6:30 AM Pac = 7:30 AM Mtn.)
Click here to view the Opening Panel via YouTube.
Click here to register for the Small Groups via Zoom.
Click here to view the Interfaith Service via YouTube.
Click here to learn more about the Interfaith Liaison Committee.

This gathering aims to provide a nourishing and hopeful space for climate justice advocates at the start of the COP27. It also aspires to be a space of holistic reflection on climate change. This Interfaith gathering in the spirit of Talanoa sialogues, which are Fijian indigenous peoples' way of solving problems in their communities.

This gathering will offer an opportunity to create an Interfaith Talanoa Call from the voices present expressing concerns, demands and hopes to be delivered to the UNFCCC Executive Secretariat.  


from Jez Smith, Quaker United Nations Office