Archbishop Anders Wejryd at the UN Conference in Poznan, Poland

Archbishop Anders Wejryd at the UN Conference in Poznan, Poland Foto: Ewa Röllgårdh

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After the Interfaith Climate Summit, we continue our work for climate justice. The Uppsala Interfaith Climate Manifesto has been passed on to the Swedish government and to representatives at the UN meeting in Poznan, Poland.

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DocumentsThe manifesto that was signed during an interreligious ceremony at the Uppsala Interfaith Climate Summit is available in several languages.

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DocumentationSome documentation from the Uppsala Interfaith Climate Summit is available either as transcripts or by video recordings.

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PeopleSignatories and guests arrived from different countries and different faith traditions. A list of the signatories and a number of interviews are available.

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Read moreIn November 2008 the Archbishop of Church of Sweden Anders Wejryd invited a select group of internationally recognised opinion-makers from different faiths and continents to a climate summit.

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The Church of Sweden

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More about the Church of Sweden

Church of Sweden: Climate and Environment

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The Church of Sweden wants to contribute to raising awareness regarding developmental questions in the climate debate and on climate policy.
The Church of Sweden also wants to contribute to Sweden’s climate repositioning by working for political and structural changes and by motivating and inspiring people to make changes in their daily lives. Individual people can influence developments to a certain extent, but it is first when many act together that major changes can be carried out. The Church of Sweden wants to form such a fellowship and create a meeting place for discussion, reflection and action
 

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