[Anglican Communion News Service] The vital role of the church and faith communities in tackling climate change was highlighted during a televised discussion broadcast live June 6 from the United Nations headquarters in New York.
Jillian Abballe, advocacy officer and head of New York office for the Anglican Communion, was one of six panelists taking part in the discussion of the role of faith communities in planting and nurturing the seed of climate responsibility. Abballe shared stories of how members of the Anglican Communion are having an impact through influence, and earth stewardship and in modeling responsibility towards the environment.
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