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Divestment 101 for Canadian Faith Communities: Building Congregation-wide Support

Fossil Free Faith: Canada's Interfaith Divestment Network

Tuesday, 5 May 2015 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

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Join us for the second of three webinars on starting conversations about fossil fuel divestment with your faith community. 

Topic:  Building Congregation-wide Support for Fossil Fuel Divestment

Speakers: Jeanne Moffat, member of the Climate Justice Group, Trinity Saint Paul's United Church (Toronto,ON).  Rev. Greg Powell, Castlegar United Church (Castlegar, BC)

Date & Time: Tuesday, May 5, 2015, 3-4pm (EDT)

Where: On-line Webinar.  Log-in details will be sent to registered guests via email prior to the event.

About the Organizers:

Divest Waterloo exists to initiate and support divestment campaigns and investment in climate solutions across the region. We will help to build momentum across sectors to encourage local governments, universities, colleges, institutions, pension plans, businesses and individuals to shift our collective investments away from fossil fuels.  By addressing multiple sectors while focussing on one physical region, we aim to create a local critical mass of awareness and discussion.

Fossil Free Faith aims to be a source of support and resources for Canadian faith communities and their members who are committed to or considering climate action, especially around fossil fuel divestment and clean energy reinvestment.

Have questions about Divestment 101 for Canadian Faith Communities: Building Congregation-wide Support? Contact Fossil Free Faith: Canada's Interfaith Divestment Network

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Fossil Free Faith: Canada's Interfaith Divestment Network

Fossil Free Faith aims to be a source of support and resources for Canadian faith communities and their members who are committed to or considering climate action, especially around fossil fuel divestment and clean energy reinvestment.

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