As we navigate the real-time consequences of bad stewardship of our planet, All We Can is attending the No Faith In Fossil Fuels Service because our partners are a testament to the fact that the climate crisis is not an issue of tomorrow but a crisis that is having devastating impacts presently, and we need to act right now.
We must ensure there is space and a platform for those most affected by the climate crisis to be heard. This is at the core of our partnership model and being able to uplift and amplify their voices, and share their experiences, is a gateway to ensuring action. We look forward to lending our voice to the movement.
Angela Zamaere Smith, Director of Programmes and Partnerships
Friday 21st April 2023 marks the beginning of Extinction Rebellion’s ‘The Big One’, which will see thousands of people gather at Westminster to show their concern for the climate crisis. Over the four days, XR hope to stage the largest climate protest in UK history.
All We Can is attending The Big One by joining the Christian wing of XR, Christian Climate Action, at their No Faith in Fossil Fuels service on Friday 21st April at St Johns Church Waterloo. We will be gathering from 11am, for the service to start at noon. After the service, we will walk together towards Parliament, via Shell headquarters, to join The Big One.
As Angela says, our partners are a testament to the fact that the climate crisis is not an issue of tomorrow and therefore it is our responsibility to act with them in mind today.
To find out more about The Big One and Extinction Rebellion, click here: The Big One – Extinction Rebellion UK
To find out more about No Faith in Fossil Fuels and Christian Climate Action, click here: No Faith In Fossil Fuels Service – Christian Climate Action
To find All We Can’s climate resources, click here: The Next Steps for the Climate – All We Can