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Caring for what we love in the World in the face of environmental threats

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A conversation inspired by textiles from the Loving Earth Project , held both at Glasgow Meeting House and on Zoom

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Invited speakers participants from around the world will talk introduce a discussion about what we can do to help address the challenges of climate breakdown, whatever our own starting point, and what more needs to be done.

Speakers include:

Wopicho Apollo, speaking from Uganda where he trains a variety of groups about sustainability, adaptation and mitigation measures and plays a leading role in the Friends Church of Uganda (Quakers)

Ed Tyler teaches permaculture in Glasgow and works to create regenerative culture in the Clyde bioregion.

Beverley Ward is Field Secretary for Earthcare in the South Eastern Yearly Meeting of Quakers and has a wide range of experience across the Americas. She will be speaking from Florida.

The Loving Earth community textile project is helping people to engage more deeply with the environmental crisis, motivated by love for people, places and other things.

The online gallery of textile panels can be seen at http://lovingearth-project.uk/test-gallery/ and groups of panels will be on display in and around Glasgow during the COP talks .

See https://lovingearth-project.uk/ for more details.

An introduction to the project is at

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