Quakers debate deep transformation for climate activism

‘The key topic really was tackling challenging questions for the mobilisation of the climate majority.'

Four hundred people gathered earlier this month to discuss the vision and strategy needed to transform the climate action scene. Quaker Rupert Read, last year’s Salter Lecturer, and Liam Kavanagh, both co-directors of the Climate Majority Project, were interviewed by Jeremy Lent, author of The Patterning Instinct and The Web of Meaning. The online event aimed to debate ‘tricky issues and difficult questions’ and the ‘Deep Transformation we need to have a future’.

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