GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE.COP21
ANGLICANS & EPISCOPALIANS AT COP21 PARIS
When world leaders met for the UN climate talks (COP21) in December 2015, teams representatives from The Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion traveled to Paris to participate in the events.
Negotiators from more than 190 nations gathered in Paris to discuss a new global agreement on climate change aimed at limiting greenhouse gas emissions from 2020 when current commitments run out.This was a crucial moment in the continuing climate change dialogue, as scientists warn that the situation may soon be irreversible if world governments do not take decisive action to make a global effort to curb the earth's rising temperature.
CALENDAR OF EPISCOPAL CHURCH CLIMATE SUMMIT ACTIVITIES IN PARIS
Anglicans joined voices with other people of faith and non-governmental organizations to call on government to implement a fair, ambitious and binding agreement.
FROM THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
- THE PRESIDING BISHOP'S DELEGATION TO PARIS
- THE PRESIDING BISHOP'S DELEGATION; WHY ARE WE GOING TO PARIS?
- WHAT IS THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH ADVOCATING FOR AT COP21?
- THE EPISCOPAL PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY BLOG
- CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
- The EPISCOPAL CHURCH AND THE UNITED NATIONS
THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION
- THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK HOMEPAGE
- THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION BISHOPS FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE
RESOURCES FROM SOME OF OUR EPISCOPAL CHURCH PARTNERS
ISSUES CONSIDERED AT COP21
ANGLICAN COMMUNION NEWS SERVICE