On 18 November, in six multi-faith TEDx events around the globe, people of faith and conscience at the grassroots are kicking off organizing for the biggest-ever faith-climate day of action - Sacred People, Sacred Earth.
RSVP to reserve your TEDx spot for this exciting announcement.
Founding grassroots partners in 14 countries are coming together as the GreenFaith International Network to launch a new era of global, multi-faith climate action.
On the TEDx calls, you’ll hear spoken word, music, prayers and dynamic speakers who will describe how grassroots people of diverse faiths will organize a globe-spanning, COVID-friendly day of action. We’ll share powerful demands that grassroots leaders from Africa, Asia, Latin America, Australia, Europe and North America have developed together.
Together we can build an unstoppable, global, grassroots, multi-faith movement for climate justice. A better world is possible and we won’t stop till we create it.
Sacred People, Sacred Earth is organized by Australian Religious Response to Climate Change, Instituto de Estudos da Religião (ISER - Brasil), Faith & the Common Good (Canada), Alianza Interreligiosa y Espiritual por el Clima (Chile), GreenFaith India, GreenFaith Indonesia, GreenFaith Kenya, GreenFaith Nigeria, hosted at Nigerian Conservation Foundation, Southern Africa Faith Communities Environment Institute, Inter-Religious Council of Uganda, Faith for the Climate Network (United Kingdom), GreenFaith (USA and global coordinator), GreenFaith Zambia, GreenFaith Zimbabwe.
Sacred People, Sacred Earth is co-sponsored by Religions for Peace, Parliament of the World’s Religions, and United Religions Initiative.