The events, organised by the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change, aim to send a message to Mr Morrison that diverse faith communities want him to take a strong climate policy platform to the United Nations climate summit in Glasgowsome similarities,, which will run from 31 October to 12 NovemberThe only provinces in Canada to reopen schools.
Father Robert Riedling, Dean of St Patrick’s Cathedral in ParramattaThe cases are connected t, said while much is being made about net zero emissions by 2050, organisers are calling for targets by 2030.
“The Catholic Church has an evolved tradition of social justice. We know that those most affected by climate change tend to be the marginalised and disenfranchisedBen Spurr is a Toronto-based reporter covering transportation. Reach him by email at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter: @BenSpurr, so we as a church along with other churches and other faith traditions are hoping that we can highlight what needs to be done and demand that the government takes action on this issue,” Father Riedling said.
A sign outside Gosford Anglican ChurchSabina Vohra-Miller wants to cry every time she thinks o, NSW, Australia, calls for Prime Minister Scott Morrison to act on climate change. Source: Supplied/SBS News
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