Faith leaders call for urgent climate change action at Commonwealth leaders’ meeting

Posted Apr 18, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has joined more than 170 other leaders from across the Commonwealth urging the 53 member-nation governments to turn “words into action” on climate change. The heads of government are meeting in London this week for their biennial CHOGM summit. The Anglican Communion is playing a significant role in official Commonwealth youth, women, business and citizens forums; and in a parallel program of events. In a letter published in London’s Daily Telegraph newspaper, the faith leaders say that “not even the remotest corner of the Commonwealth remains unaffected” by climate change, and that the greatest impact is felt by the group’s poorest people.

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