Climate change testimonies

Susanna Mattingly shares three Friends’ experiences of the climate crisis

Collecting non-biodegradable rubbish. | Photo: Courtesy of Ludwig Quirog.

The Quaker community circles the globe, spanning many diverse cultures and beliefs. Today, there are nearly 400,000 Quakers around the world in eighty-seven different countries. Climate change is already affecting the lives of many of our global Quaker family. The communities feeling the worst impacts are those most reliant upon the land for their livelihoods, those who are already vulnerable to extreme weather events, natural disasters and rising sea levels.

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