When: Thursday 7th October, 7.30pm
Where: New Cross Learning (map)
Speaker: Tasha Gray
We will be back in New Cross but will also be zooming this meeting for those that can’t attend or are unsure about returning to in person meetings. Zoom link to follow.
Humanist Climate Action: who are we, why does this matter now, and what are we doing?
The overwhelming scientific consensus suggests that we must establish and implement a clear pathway by 2030 to limit the rise in temperature to at most only 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. Humanist Climate Action is a volunteer-led network of Humanists UK members and supporters committed to redefining lifestyles and campaigning for policies that promote low-carbon, ethical, and sustainable living in the light of the degeneration of the Earth’s climate and biodiversity. We are bringing humanists together to facilitate individual and collective action on these issues.
Tasha Gray, who sits on the Humanist Climate Action committee, will be answering the who, why and what questions in her talk, followed by discussion. She is a communications professional and humanist celebrant.