Why Faith Matters at COP26

Green Christian recently launched Why Faith Matters at COP26, a lively visual presentation highlighting the four main areas which we feel COP decision-makers need to address:

  • our interconnectedness with nature;
  • the importance of climate justice to protect the vulnerable;
  • the potential for wellbeing without ever-increasing consumption;
  • the significance of hope if change is to be achieved.

How to use Why Faith Matters at COP26


Can you help us get Why Faith Matters at COP26 to your own MP and local councillors? See a sample message you can send to her or him with the weblink. Find contact details here. Why Faith Matters at COP26 supports the call for action in the Glasgow Action Plan in a visual and imaginative way which we hope your MP will find inspiring and helpful.

Please share Why Faith Matters at COP26 widely with your Church, your friends, your family, your work colleagues. 

Reflect and pray

All the Reflections written for Green Christian by leading Christian theologians and climate activists are now on our website.

During COP26, please join our daily prayer sessions on Zoom. Green Christian’s co-Chaplain, Andrew Norman, will be leading simple and contemplative-style prayers for 10 minutes at 8am every morning from 1 to 12 November, based on Why Faith Matters at COP26.

You can access the presentation in the following ways:



Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 6 September, 2021 | Category: Climate Emergency COP26 | Comments: 1

Comments on "Why Faith Matters at COP26"

Maronko Donati:

September 6, 2021

Faith matters because Christians must be a solution or answer for every challenge to the world. Weather geography, science, economic and political.

Add your own comment to "Why Faith Matters at COP26"

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.