Your name along with those of religious leaders and other people of faith from around the world, will be handed over toPresident of the UN General Assembly, H.E. Mogens Lykketoft of Denmark at an official event in New York on 18th April, 2016.

The Interfaith Climate Change Statement outlines a positive judgement of the adopted Paris Agreement and urges its prompt signature and ratification by governments so that it can come into force as soon as possible. It also insists that there is a significant increase in the current levels of ambition relating to emission reductions, financial flows, adaptation, loss and damage and a swift phase out of fossil fuel subsidies, so as to keep temperatures within reach of 1.5C.

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The Statement also serves to renew the strong commitment of the faith community to remain active in defining the moral responsibility to care for the Earth and encourages faith communities to reduce emissions, divest and reinvest in renewables.


  1. Urge governments to rapidly sign, ratify and implement the Paris Agreement, and to increase pledges to reduce emissions in line with keeping the global temperature rise to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels
  2. Insist on rapid emissions reduction and peaking by 2020, in order to keep the 1.5C goal within reach
  3. Strongly advocate for greater flows of finance, especially for adaptation and loss and damage
  4. Urge the swift phase out of all fossil fuel subsidies and a transition to 100% renewable energy by 2050
  5. Encourage faith communities to reduce emissions in their homes, workplaces and centres of worship and to support and stand in solidarity with communities already impacted by climate change
  6. Call for fossil fuel divestment and reinvestment in renewables, including within our own communities