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Rudelmar de Faria
General Secretary (CEO) of the ACT Alliance. Opinions expressed are - unless otherwise indicated - my own.
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Religion News Service 10h
The climate crisis is "taking a toll around the world on the poor, the young, the marginalized and the sick. It is the most urgent moral call we face today and one that we must all address together," write and .
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People of faith know what must be done on climate change, via
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BCNN1 Sep 20
John L. McCullough and Rudelmar Bueno De Faria on What People of Faith Know to Do About Climate Change
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ACT Now for Climate Justice 17h
If you joined us for the this morning, stay tuned via the same link for a follow up discussion with our faith leaders.
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ACT Now for Climate Justice 18h
"Everything that belongs to nature calls for us to answer," says of in an inspiring sermon this morning.
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WCC Care for Creation (World Council of Churches) 17h
After the ecumenical prayer service at , heads of share how churches worldwide engage in climate justice work.
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World Council of Churches (WCC) 18h
Ecumenical Prayer Service in : general secretary reads Psalm 104 “O Lord, how manifold are Your works! In wisdom You have made them all”
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ACT Now for Climate Justice 18h
GS reading from Psalm 104 this morning at the Ecumenical "You make springs gush from the valleys; they flow between the hills, giving drink to every wild animal; the wild beasts quench their thirst..."
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Religion News Service Sep 21
On the heels of yesterday's climate strike, and issue a call to action to people of faith. "Those who have contributed the least to climate change are already facing the brunt of its impact," they write.
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ACT Alliance Sep 21
“Legal protections for those displaced by climate change are still intangible,” says Dr Cornelia Fullkrug-Weitzel of at climate and migration workshop today. “Migration is seen as a security threat rather than a humanitarian situation”
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ACT Now for Climate Justice Sep 20
As , we are called to care for God’s creation in solidarity with the poorest & most vulnerable people. Today, the ecumenical family marched, sang & called for together. We will continue to work together to tackle climate injustices around the 🌍
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Rudelmar de Faria Sep 20
Replying to @rudelmar
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Greta Thunberg Sep 20
The estimated number in New York is over 250’000! They closed the park because there were too many people... I’m speaking soon at Battery Park.
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Rudelmar de Faria Sep 20
Faremos o oposto aqui em Nova York. Lideranças retrógradas como as duas acima mencionadas estão fadadas ao descrédito. A força da sociedade civil ditará o ritmo a uma agenda baseada em direitos humanos e inclusão. A marcha do clima hoje em NYC demonstrou isso.
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ACT Alliance Sep 20
ACT Alliance joins leaders in historic pledge to tackle 🌎
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Thomson Reuters Foundation News Sep 20
Today's - inspired by activist - is billed as the largest yet, taking place in 150 countries 🌎🌍🌏 The protests call for action on climate change ahead of the New York Summit Here's the latest from around the world 👇
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Rudelmar de Faria Sep 20
People of faith know what must be done on climate change
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ACT Alliance Sep 20
ACT getting ready to march in the in New York today. is ready to represent!
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maurice bloem Sep 20
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