On 11 March Footsteps held a ‘Local to Global – the power of interfaith action for the climate’ webinar in conjunction with Faith for the Climate and as part of GreenFaith’s Sacred People, Sacred Earth global day of climate action. Over 30 participants from across the UK saw two short videos about Footstep’s work in Birmingham over the past five years with co-hosts Kamran Shezad, BAHU Trust sustainability lead and Marilyn Hull from Birmingham Anglican Climate Action facilitating a lively discussion about how lessons learned in Birmingham were applicable elsewhere.
If you missed it, or would like to recap the event, the full recording is below:
There was particular interest in Small Footsteps summer school and several participants asked for more details of the programme and how the summer school was organised. You can see an eight-minute video about the Footsteps summer on our website.
The webinar concluded by identifying specific interfaith actions that can be taken in towns and cities across the UK. If you would like to be kept informed about future Footstep’s activities, sign up for news and events on our website.