About COP26

It’s a global United Nations conference about climate change, and it is taking place in the first half of November this year in Glasgow.

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If you have questions about what COP26 is and why it matters, you could do a great deal worse than to have a look at this blog:

Events surrounding COP26

The Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill

Banner erected by XR Chesham on 25 March in support of the CEE bill.

Prepared by the CEE Bill Alliance, which is a team of scientists, academics, lawyers and campaigners working together—and guided by current science—to call for urgent, far-reaching and necessary actions from the UK Government to tackle the climate and ecological emergency.

It includes stipulations and a specific timeframe, effectively  hastening the UK’s path to net zero emissions. A very good explanation of the bill, who is behind it and what it aims to achieve is here: ceebill.uk

The full text of the Bill may be found online – here. To contact the CEE Bill Alliance, email info@ceebill.uk

A Bold Vision of Hope for a Sustainable Future

Public forum hosted by Rotary and ESRAG (Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group) 23 October 2021 Norwich and online. Further information soon.

Camino to COP

This is a walk for everyone initiated by XRUK Faith Bridge. We will be walking from London to Glasgow, setting out on 6th September and arriving in Glasgow on the eve of the COP. The purpose is to engage all communities –  faith communities and local communities – along the route and to spread the word about the urgency of the need for meaningful action to address the global climate and ecological emergency. 

More information: Camino briefing document

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