With the Covid-19 crisis adding intensity to the holy month of Ramadan this year, Muslim climate activists have been organising events to allow the environment a special place in the reflections and prayers of the faithful.
Wednesday 22 April 2020 marks the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day - the worldwide day of action.
We outline some of the impacts so far on faith communities and faith-based climate action.
Ash Wednesday this year, 26 February 2020, marks several historic milestones for the Church of England in its response to the climate crisis.
The celebrations of the 550th gurpurab of Guru Nanak will last from November 2019 to November 2020.
People of faith have made a significant contribution to the UK’s first climate-focused general election.
The 2019 Inter Faith Week (11-17 November) saw many more activities related to climate change and environmental issues compared to previous years.
Expressing their sacred calling to protect the Earth, at the heart of the wider movement.
Faith leaders and people of faith came out on strike, to support the school strikers, and to pray for urgent climate action.
On 12th June 2019, Prime Minister Teresa May announced that the UK would become the first major economy to legislate for a net zero emissions target.
On 26th June, people of many faiths came together in central London to call for urgent climate action from Government.