COP21: sharing our support for the Paris climate talks

Posted in: News
Date posted: 16 November 2015

Pilgrims pose for photo at London launch.

Photo credit: Church of England 2015

At the end of November, world leaders will meet at the crucial UN climate talks in Paris (COP21). Ahead of these talks, many pilgrims – including representatives of Operation Noah – are walking from London to Paris in an act of solidarity with those most affected by climate change.

Jean Leston and Giles Goddard are Operation Noah’s pilgrims. They will be posting video diaries on our YouTube channel. Please share these with your friends.

Share what you are doing for COP21

We know that many Operation Noah supporters will be supporting COP21 in their own way. Some are aiming to travel to Paris, while many will stay at home praying and fasting, attending climate marches, or organising events.

We want to help share what we are all doing, particularly so that people can meet up with fellow supporters. Please let us know and share what you are doing.

  • On Facebook: we have set up an event page Supporting COP21.
  • On Twitter: use the hashtag #ONCOP21.

Read more about the Pilgrimage2Paris

Route details

More news and resources

Pilgrimage2Paris website

Read more about the climate marches

Interfaith event before the London march

The People’s March for Climate, Justice and Jobs

Read more about COP21

Chris Halliwell asks “Will COP 21 be any different from COP 15?

COP21 website

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