As Copenhagen’s Climate Conference continues, faith groups continue to lift up their voice. Here’s the latest from Joel Edwards, International Director of The Micah Challenge (and ONE partner), reminding us how important these climate talks are to the world’s poor.
Every now and then a pivotal moment comes along when it becomes crucial faith leaders put aside their differences and unite for a challenge which is common to and bigger than all of us. In this case, it’s the future of our planet.
It gives us an opportunity to come together on an issue that affects everyone in the world, and particularly those who are poor, vulnerable and without resources. And we’re able to recognise the work done around the world, often in the name of faith, to redress the balance and support people in developing countries who are already living with the effects of climate change.
You can read his full piece in the Guardian here.