1st ICE Forum 2022 – What is the Role of Faith-Based Actors in Global Climate Talks?

2022 marks the 30th Anniversary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, however many of the goals outlined in this convention have not been met.

Faith-based organizations and religious people have played an active role in COP conferences for the past three decades and are now becoming increasingly involved in global climate talks.

The Inter-religious Climate and Ecology (ICE) Network is pleased to host this first Forum meeting of 2022 with international faith leaders working in various capacities to mitigate our current ecological crises.

Panel Speakers:

Budi Tjahjono (Indonesia) – Franciscan International

Jill Jameson (Australia) – International Network of Engaged Buddhists, Buddhist Peace Fellowship Australia

Bishop Philip Huggins (Australia) – Anglican Church of Australia

Professor Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir (Bangladesh)- Economics at the Department of Development Studies, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Moderator: Emilie Parry – Advisor to the ICE Network

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