Published on Jul 24, 2015
Can religion be the solution to climate change? Following the Pope’s encyclical religious leaders from all the world’s faiths are coming together through Religions for Peace to build a consensus around climate change action in the run up to COP21.
Religions for Peace is the world’s largest and most representative multi-religious coalition advancing common action for peace by working to advance multi-religious consensus on positive aspects of peace as well as concrete actions to stop war, help eliminate extreme poverty and protect the earth.
The global Religions for Peace network comprises a World Council of senior religious leaders from all regions of the world; six regional inter-religious bodies and more than ninety national ones; and the Global Women of Faith Network and Global Interfaith Youth Network.
Find out more about the Faiths for Earth campaign here: www.rfp.org/earth