On 20 September at 7pm, join us for the online launch of our new report, ‘Church Land and the Climate Crisis’

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Date posted: 13 September 2022

As people around the country and the world pause to reflect on the life and service of HM Queen Elizabeth II, we have been quietly moving forward with our previously scheduled Church land use webinar on 20 September, which will come a day after the Queen’s funeral. 

We are inviting you to join us on Tuesday at 7pm as we host this online event exploring our new report – scheduled to release on the same day – Church Land and the Climate Crisis: A Guide to Action, which outlines the scope for reducing greenhouse gas emissions on Church land, as well as enhancing carbon sinks such as woodlands and peatlands. 

While the report is primarily focused on the Church of England – which is one of the largest landowners in the country – it is also relevant to other denominations, as nature-based solutions are critical to reducing the amount of carbon in the atmosphere.  

We will examine this important topic with analysis from inspiring speakers, including: 

  • Hannah Malcolm (theologian, environmental campaigner and Operation Noah trustee)
  • Andy Lester (Head of Conservation, A Rocha UK)
  • Alan Radbourne (UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology)
  • Sharon Hall (Campaign Officer, Operation Noah)

The webinar will be chaired by Holly-Anna Petersen, an Operation Noah trustee. Register for our 20 September webinar here.

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