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Climate Challenge at St Michael & All Angels, Summertown

Rachel Mash

Read a short report on Rachel's talk.

Rev Dr Rachel Mash, Environmental Coordinator for the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, which last year voted to deinvest in fossil fuels, activist & Climate Justice Campaigner and Author spoke at St Michael & All Angels Church, Lonsdale Rd, Summertown OX2 7ES on Sunday April 29th at 7.15pm. Poster for the event.

At Oxford banks

Christian Aid's "Big Shift" compaign

Christian Aid is campaigning for four of the biggest UK banks to make the Big Shift away from fossil fuels and into support for renewable energy. Over the past year thousands of people have asked the biggest high street banks to stop funding climate change with the investments and loans they make with our money.

Some banks have started to respond. They all agree that climate change is a huge threat to our world, but we haven't seen the action required to back up their words. So now we are re-doubling our efforts to persuade them to help build a better, safer world.

We've been publicising this initiative recently at the main banks in central Oxford:

The banks need to act soon: we’re running out of time to make the Big Shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy. The banks must take notice, and the pressure needs to come from us.

What's the solution?

You can get involved!

You can find more information and resources at the Christian Aid web site:

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Mary Robinson Foundation Climate Justice

This is a centre for thought leadership, education and advocacy on the struggle to secure global justice for those people vulnerable to the impacts of climate change who are usually forgotten – the poor, the disempowered and the marginalised across the world.

See more details on their website here.