Quakers are calling for and working towards a just solution to the climate crisis; with national and worldwide economies operating within ecological limits and upholding the wellbeing, dignity and equality of all.
To support this work, Quakers in Britain and Woodbrooke are launching a new year-long learning and reflection project to help explore what climate justice really means and what it looks like in practice.
There are many resources from all over the world that explore climate justice – the hope is to carefully curate these into a ‘year of learning and spiritual reflection’. If you’ve ever wondered about what climate justice really means or how to practise it, this year and all the resources are for you!
Local Meetings and individual Friends are encouraged to learn, discuss and reflect with others in whatever way you can. That might mean:
- working through the resources as part of a reading or discussion group;
- joining the online course;
- inviting other local faith or community groups to join you in conversation about any of the resources.
There are two elements to the project – freely available resources and a pay-as-led online course. Find out more on the Quakers in Britain website.