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Interfaith Climate Discussion

Monday February 12 2024

Christian, Buddhist and Muslim speakers will explore the role that faith and emotions can play in motivating – or preventing – climate action at an interfaith dialogue this Sunday (February 18) in Glasgow.

‘Faith, Hope, or Anger, What will Reignite the Climate Movement?’ will take place at St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, and is the latest instalment in a Faith to Faith dialogue series run with Interfaith Glasgow.

The three speakers – the ‘Presbyterian Quaker’, author and climate and land reform campaigner Alastair McIntosh, Shanon Shah, director of Faith for the Climate, and Elle Steele, community activist and project manager of HALO Gardens – will share their thoughts on how to reignite the climate movement, in the light of a recent study in Norway that found anger was the emotion most linked to climate activism.

The event takes place from 2pm and is free, but you can book a place here.


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