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. 

Footsteps also provides an interfaith perspective at community events by partnering with climate action groups, environmental groups and places of worship.  Regular partners include Friends of the Earth, Climate Action Network West Midlands, Faiths for Fun, JaiJagat 2020, Sustrans and the Bahu Trust.

Footsteps: Community

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Just Transition – Funding the Solutions

Following Footsteps’ 2020 Earth Day gathering, this workshop provided an opportunity to hear contributions from a number of experts and to learn from each other about funding Birmingham’s just transition to net zero carbon.   The workshop was also to provide the Birmingham City Council Taskforce with a view from a community perspective. Some 18 people, […]

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Climate – Perspectives of Young People

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 […]

Earth, Climate & Birmingham online workshops

Following a successful online gathering Our Cities & Climate, Footsteps held four online workshops to obtain local community and neighbourhood insights into the gathering’s main themes. Summaries of the workshops with conclusions are available below: Just Transition – Communities Climate – Perspectives of Young People Learning from Covid-19 Just Transition – Funding the Solutions Each […]