'Either we advance in our humanity, or we create an ever more tragic future.’
The Quaker writer and activist Alastair McIntosh highlighted the urgency of the climate threat at an annual talk last month. The Quaker academic spoke at the annual Adderbury Gathering of Banbury & Evesham Area Meeting, held online for the second year in a row, rather than its usual setting at the historic Meeting house. The honorary professor of Glasgow University and member of Glasgow Meeting described climate change as ‘the most pressing problem at this stage in the evolution of our life on earth’.
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