Register here at http://bit.ly/EcoSikhUKOneness
Last year we saw world leaders come together in Glasgow for COP26, the most important climate conference since the Paris Agreement in 2015. But what is next?
Join us on Sunday 20th February at 3pm for our latest webinar – Oneness: Reflections of COP26. The event will discuss the impact of contributions from local communities including the Sikh Sangat since the conference ended just over three months ago.
Our panel of distinguished speakers will share their reflections post COP26, which was hailed as a watershed moment to ensure that the world reduces its carbon emissions by half by the end of the decade and reach Net Zero by 2050.
The session will shine a spotlight on the impact humans are having on the planet, whilst highlighting the work being done to help combat climate change at an international level, by campaigning, in the field of research and in local communities.
– Amandeep Kaur Mann – Founding member, Eco-Sikh UK
– Dr Kat Jones – COP26 Project Lead at Stop Climate Chaos, Scotland
– Ravinder Kaur Nijjar – Chair of Religions for Peace UK Women of Faith Network
– Craig Young – Senior Project Officer at The Conservation Volunteers, Glasgow
This interactive webinar will also highlight and celebrate the achievements of the Sikh community during COP26 and Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s Gurpurab which was also that month
The event is free to attend, register now at http://bit.ly/EcoSikhUKOneness to obtain the Zoom link prior to the event starting.
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