Event Details

Where

Online event via Zoom

When

25 October 2021 October 25 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Cost

Ticket: Free

About the Event

How we choose to live our lives has a direct impact on the lives of other people. The way we choose to travel, the food we eat, the way we heat our homes, our continuing demands for goods and services and the way we deal with the waste produced all have a direct impact on other people. Certainly the worst of the changes in weather patterns can be seen in other areas of the world producing severe storms and conversely severe droughts leading to famines and other humanitarian crises. Pollution of water courses and air as other countries attempt to recycle our rubbish affect the health of many people. Effects of global warming on our oceans and on plants and animals threaten the web of life. Inequalities can be seen too in the ability of countries to respond to the Covid 19 pandemic, with less affluent countries struggling to provide basic healthcare, sanitation and access to food.

In this month when leaders from many countries across the globe will converge on Glasgow for COP26 to consider how best to address the issue of climate change and agree a way forward working together, how will we respond to ensure a fairer world for current and future generations?

Join us for an hour of discussion about these issues on Monday 25th October 2021 via Zoom.

Monday 25th October at 7.30pm