Rome (NEV), 26 July 2021 – just within a hundred days until the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) of the Parties on the Climate, scheduled for November in Glasgow.
The Church of Scotland, as stated in a press release, It is preparing to play a “crucial role in ensuring that this event has a real and lasting impact on preventing or mitigating the devastating effects of climate change around the world.”
For the cowboy, moderator already, Susan Brown, the summit will be an opportunity “for activism, for learning and for putting into practice what we believe in. We need to ensure that the voices of those facing the effects of climate change are heard loud and clear.” We should take a stand for justice.”
In order to actively contribute and participate in the many initiatives being promoted across Europe, the Church of Scotland suggests a variety of methods and practices: from supporting one of the visiting international pilgrimage groups in Glasgow to workshops and From reading and participation in study moments, to hosting one or more workers at home, during events, or until becoming one environmental community,
NS COP26 The next will take place for the first time in the United Kingdom at the Scottish Exhibition Center (SEC) in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November.