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Creative Communities: Faith and Climate Change

JPEG Creative Communities poster Feb 8th2-4pm, 8th February
Newnham Scout and Guide Centre, Chedworth St, Cambridge CB3 9JF

Creative Communities is back on February 8 for another FREE and family-friendly, faith and climate change event. So why not come along (and bring your kids, if you have them)? We’ll have crafts, snacks and a series of short talks from members of different faith groups on their perspectives on the interaction between faith and responses to climate change. Speakers to include:

  • Jeffrey Newman – Emeritus Rabbi Finchley Reform Synagogue, Adviser for Earthcharter International Secretariat
  • Aryavachin – member of Triratna Buddhist Order, social activist from Venezuela now living an alternative, low carbon lifestyle
  • Sahra Ucar – a teacher and project officer for the ‘Faith in Education’ project at the Faculty of Education, Cambridge, a vegan and a Muslim
  • Tushar Shah – first-year PhD student in Theology and Religious Studies (with a focus on Hinduism) at the University of Cambridge
  • Colin Bell – Researcher for the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion and Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics

There will also be practical advice available and space to reflect on what can be done to reduce our carbon footprints.

Click here to book your FREE tickets now!

 

 

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