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Good Trouble for a Healthy Planet – 2020 Faith-Based Organization Consultation on Climate Emergency
September 24, 2020 at 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Join this 2nd interfaith-based consultation to address the climate emergency, confronting the impact of human activity on the planet with insight and hope.
More than 45 global interfaith organizations gathered a year ago for our first interfaith-based consultation to address the climate emergency. In 2020, a coalition of planning partners is pleased to invite you to our second interfaith consultation entitled “Good Trouble for a Healthy Planet.” This 2020 virtual consultation will address the impact of human activity on the planet, the urgent need for action to obtain sustainable and resilient communities, and the development of recommendations for moving forward. Two keynote presentations and eight concurrent workshops will be supported with web-based materials and social media tools to equip participants. This watershed moment requires action by all, especially faith voices of insight and hope.
WHAT: “Good Trouble for a Healthy Planet” Webinar based Consultation
DATE & TIME: Thu. Sept. 24, 2020 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. (EDT)
REGISTRATION: http://bit.ly/2020FBOclimateconsultation to be part of the Zoom event
DEADLINE: September 22, 2020
The Consultation will focus on eight areas.
• Envisioning a Sustainable and Just Economy for a Resilient World
• Taking Responsibility for the Climate
• Buen Vivir: Pathways to a Healthier Planet
• How to Activate More People of Faith to Action
• Solutions that Work: Adaptation and Mitigation
• Climate Migration (including displaced persons)
• Climate Grief
• Restoration and Nature Based Solutions
A description of each workshop can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/GoodTroubleWorkshopList .
Special thanks to @episcopalians for technically facilitating this virtual event.
In addition to @lutherans, the event planning team includes @actalliance @theanglicancommunion @USBahaiOPA @bkwsu @churchworldservice @blessedtomorrow @greenfaith @lutheranworld @maryknollogc @parliamentofreligions @mercysisters @episcopalian @WorldCouncilofChurches