Our Work Footsteps works on six key themes, plus an annual focus theme Faith & Values The world’s major faith traditions share values that underpin their action on climate change. Community Footsteps provides spaces where people can share faith perspectives on the environment and take ideas back into their own communities and places of worship. Earth Care Many faith traditions share the belief that we have a collective responsibility to care for the earth and its people. Encouragement Footsteps provides encouragement to those directly involved at place of worship, faith community and city level. Climate Emergency Across the world, leaders of both faith communities and cities recognise that we face a crisis and are speaking out. Young People Footsteps endeavours to involve young people in its work and activities, not least because young people will be the generation most affected by, but which has done least to cause, climate change. 2021: Glasgow Ready Footsteps events and activities during 2021 – which are all likely to remain on-line at least until June – will focus on preparation for Glasgow by ‘Building Back Better’. Just Transition Many of Footsteps’ activities involve working through places of worship and faith communities in Birmingham to help achieve a just transition to a low carbon future and a sustainable world. Statements & Reports Footsteps has written letters to leaders, made statements and published reports on key climate issues over the past five years.