Dr Shanon Shah, Director of Faith for the Climate, will be chairing this seminar.
Dr Maria Nita, Lecturer in Religious Studies, The Open University:
“What are religious communities in Britain doing about the climate crisis? An exploration of lifestyle and protest actions among Green Christians”
Olivia Fuchs, Coordinator, Eco Dharma Network:
“A Buddhist view of climate justice and faith-inspired protest”
Grace DaCosta, Public Affairs and Media Manager, Quakers in Britain:
“Quiet justice: Quaker work on climate and protest”
Dr Alessandra Palange, Co-founder and Core Member, Muslims Declare:
“Letters from the Global South: An Islamically inspired grassroots awareness programme on climate justice”
Lucia Harrington, Climate Activist and Community Organiser, who used to work for Extinction Rebellion:
“Difficulties and Risks in defining radical environmentalism”
Dr Linda Sever, Senior Lecturer, School of Arts and Media, University of Central Lancashire, Documentary Filmmaker and environmental activist:
“The voices of the ancestors and the spirits of the land: The pagan response to climate change and activism.”
Rev. Steve Hollinghurst responding.