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The west facade of St Paul's Cathedral viewed from the South
/ 21 April 2015

Lead Bishop for Environment delivers St Paul’s keynote on climate change challenge

Half a year into his new role as lead bishop for Environmental Affairs, the Rt Revd Nicholas Holtam, Bishop of Salisbury, will be giving a keynote speech at St Paul’s Cathedral that will explore the behavioural and organisational changes needed to mitigate climate change.


The Bishop of London speaking at the launch of Tearfund's 'Ordinary Heroes' campaign
/ 17 April 2015

Ordinary Heroes campaign launched by Bishop of London

The Bishop of London has launched Tearfund’s new report and campaign, Ordinary Heroes.


St Paul's Cathedral
/ 27 February 2015

Climate Change and the Common Good: The Cultural Challenge

Brian Cuthbertson, Head of Environment and Sustainability, highlights a major discussion evening at St Paul’s Institute on the behavioural changes needed to tackle climate change.


/ 4 December 2014

Faith, hope and love: climate change and the future

Faith groups including the Anglican Church are strongly encouraging governments and the international community to reach agreement in United Nations talks to find a plan to tackle climate change. The next round of talks (known as COP 20) is at Lima in Peru from 1 to 12 December 2014. COP 21 in Paris, at the same time next year, is widely seen as a crucial landmark, one that must not be fumbled.


/ 26 September 2014

Bishop of London joins thousands at the People’s Climate March in London

On Sunday, the Bishop of London, the Rt Revd & Rt Hon Richard Chartres, joined tens of thousands of people in London at The People’s Climate March, calling for global action on climate change. The Bishop of London was the first speaker at the rally, which also heard from speakers such as actress Emma Thompson and designer and activist Vivienne Westwood.


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