A Series of Climate Crisis & Environmental Justice Talks Launches in the Diocese

The United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway is offering a series of Zoom talks and Q&As aimed at raising awareness about environmental justice and climate crisis issues and inspiring engagement in line with the proposed Climate Action Plan from the Scottish Episcopal Church.

If you would like to attend the upcoming sessions and be updated about further events and resources from the Church, please fill out the form here: bit.ly/GGClimate.

Upcoming sessions include:
Thu, 10th March 2022, 7.30pm-9pm on Zoom – Dean Reuben Preston in conversation with the Rev Richard Kilgour – Introduction to the sessions, Richard’s experiences of climate action in his church community, followed by Q&A

Thu, 12th May 2022, 7.30pm-9pm on Zoom – Prof Ian M. Arbon CEng, CEnv – How we got to the climate crisis, reflecting on the path ahead, followed by Q&A

Thu, 14th July 2022, 7.30pm-9pm on Zoom – Rebecca Cadie, Diocesan Architect – Climate change and church buildings, followed by Q&A

Your details will be securely stored and used only to contact you about your chosen preferences. Zoom meeting details will be emailed a few days ahead of each session.