On 3 November 2021, religious leaders from across faith traditions came together for an official event at the Glasgow climate conference (COP26) entitled “Making Peace with Nature: Heeding the Call of Indigenous Peoples”.

This event, co-organized by Religions for Peace, the World Council of Churches, the Anglican Communion and the Episcopal Church, and supported by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), featured “how” and “why” religious leaders across faiths are increasingly involved in protecting the rights and spiritualities of indigenous peoples – from the Artic to the Equator – to achieve the goals of the Paris climate agreement.

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