Climate negotiations in Paris

ParisThis year is vital for the climate, as governments are meeting in Paris between 30 November and 11 December, and hopefully they will come to a ground-breaking agreement.

There are a number of activities taking place across the six Dioceses in the South West in the run up to the Paris Summit, and more planned during the Summit itself.

Exeter

The Diocese Environment Officer is encouraging people to pray and fast for the climate, and has produced a short service of prayer (available here).

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Saturday 5 December – Get up and go! A solidarity pilgrimage from Exeter to Dawlish, beginning at South Street Baptist church at 10am.

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Gloucester

Saturday 21 November – A family-friendly pilgrimage for climate change awareness, a Greener Gloucestershire Walk of 2 miles starting from Gloucester Cathedral at 10.45am and ending at Robinswood Hill at 2pm.

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Salisbury

13-27 November – At least two people from the Diocese will join pilgrims from the Church of England in walking from London to Paris.

Sunday 29 November – The Diocesan Environment Group has produced special prayers for use on Advent Sunday, which falls on the eve of the Summit (available here), and is arranging local pilgrimages across the Diocese.

They also suggest that clergy wear a green dog collar, and all add a green ribbon to their social media.

More information . . .

Truro

Saturday 14 November – A walk from Land’s End to Sennen to begin our virtual journey to Paris, starting at 2.00pm.

You can also support one person from the Diocese in his cycle ride to Paris.

More information . . .

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