Follow-up to COP26. What Happens Next?

Westminster Justice & Peace were among 25,000 participants at the Global Day of Action for the Climate rally in London, 6th November 2021

Here are details of some events coming up in the next few weeks which will help us to learn and reflect more about the outcomes of the UN Climate Conference, COP26, that is currently nearing completion in Glasgow. The real work is just beginning!

13 November, 11am-1.30pm: National Justice and Peace Network Online Open Networking Day – Reflection and Response to COP26. On Zoom.
Speakers Chris Myers (Climate Pilgrim) & Ellen Teague (Columbans)
Everyone is welcome to attend Justice & Peace national networking meetings as an individual. You do not have to represent any particular group or diocese. Just book and come along!

14 November – Launch of the Laudato Si’ Platform 
The platform will officially launched on the World Day of the Poor.

17 November, 7-8pm: CAFOD COP26 Round up – What Did COP26 Achieve?’ With Neil Thorns and Robin Mace-Snaith. 
Hear a detailed report of the outcomes from the COP26 in Glasgow. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and listen to the latest discussions at the global united Nations summit about climate change and how countries are planning to tackle it.

20 November, 11am – 3.30pm (Arrivals from 10.30am) – RC Diocese of Southwark Justice and Peace Commission Autumn Assembly: ‘COP26: What next?’ 
Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Brixton Hill, London, SW2 5BJ.
What can we do that we aren’t doing now in response to care for the earth, care for the poor, care for a fairer economy? Entrance free.  Everyone welcome. Please bring a packed lunch.  Tea and coffee will be provided. Email to reserve your place.