A youth-led campaign calling on the global Methodist family to take climate action in the run up to the UN's COP26 is launched today by a group of workers from Uruguay, Britain, Italy, Zambia and Fiji.
'Climate Justice for All' (CJ4A for short) is a campaign which invites Methodist communities all over the world to engage in the issue of the climate crisis and declare 'we believe in climate justice for all'.
"The message of the campaign, 'we believe in climate justice for all', is so important because as Methodist people we want to remember John Wesley's declaration that God's love was for all and we wanted to make clear that when we seek climate justice it is not just for a small number of individuals but for all." Camila Ferreiro, Uruguayan CJ4A Worker.
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