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Diocese in Europe: Caring for Creation 5. 'Green Anglicans'

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Revd. Rachel will talk about her experience with the "Green Anglicans movement” and in particular about the ‘lessons learned’ for us.

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Revd. Rachel Mash is Canon for the Environment in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa. The Green Anglicans movement, which she founded, has grown to the Provinces of Central Africa, Kenya and DRC. She is secretary of the Anglican Communion Environmental Network and also a member of the steering committee of the Season of Creation ecumenical group.

As a Climate Reality Leader trained by US Vice President Al Gore in 2014 in Johannesburg, Revd. Mash is making the Anglican Church of South Africa an example for religions across the world to follow. She is part of a dynamic group of world-changers shaping the conversation on climate in forums ranging from family dinners to international summits. Together they are building a 21st-century movement for solutions to tackle climate change and foster environmental sustainability in Africa and world-wide.

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