Birmingham is a very diverse city. Footsteps’ events and activities incorporate both voices from across the whole city and the wider world.
In June 2019 Footsteps coordinated support from Birmingham faith leaders for Birmingham declaring a climate emergency with a just transition. Footsteps represents faith communities on the Birmingham climate emergency taskforce and also acts as its ‘critical friend’.
Footsteps: Climate Emergency
Following Footsteps’ 2020 Earth Day gathering, this workshop provided an opportunity to listen to the stories of young people who have been leading the call for meaningful change. The workshop was also to provide the Birmingham City Council Taskforce with a view from the grassroots of what is needed from young people’s perspectives. Some 10 […]
Ahead of Climate Strikes in Birmingham on 20th September, an interfaith environmental network has set out how politicians, faith groups and environmental organisations can work together to respond to the climate emergency declared by Birmingham City Council in June. Footsteps (Faiths for a Low Carbon Future) is today publishing a new report: ‘Birmingham Climate Emergency […]
Birmingham Faith Community leaders call on Birmingham City Council to Declare a Climate Emergency. Update: the motion was passed unanimously! Leaders from Birmingham’s faith communities are calling on Birmingham City Council to declare a Climate Emergency. On Monday morning (10th June) Tarang Shelat, Footsteps steering group member and President of Hindu Council of Birmingham, […]