The Church of Scotland’s Climate Change Officer, Adrian Shaw, is presenting a talk and leading a discussion on CoP21, the UN Climate Change Conference held in Paris during December. The talk will also be presented to a several ECS Networks over the coming weeks.
Adrian was one of a small group of pilgrims from Scotland who took the ECS Baton to the Conference with our demands for climate justice. Many network members and their congregations will have supported these demands by “hosting” the Baton in their churches on its journey around the country last year.
‘CoP21 What Next’ is an opportunity to hear a report back on this important Conference and consider how the outcomes will influence action in our churches, homes, work and daily lives.
For churches CoP21 was a breakthrough moment, with pilgrims from around the world meeting together. However although CoP21 was hailed as a great success by some it was also denounced as a failure by others.
So what does CoP21 mean for churches?
What did we achieve?, and,
How do we take this forward?
Please join us for a discussion on ‘CoP 21: What Next?’
Wed 24th February 2016
7.30 – 9.00pm
Stirling Methodist Church,
Queen Street, Stirling FK8 1HL