by Christine Muller
You have the unique opportunity to participate in the 25th Annual Conference of the International Environment Forum (IEF) in association with the UN Climate Conference COP26! The conference will take place online on November 1 – 5. The purpose of the conference is to contribute to the scientific, spiritual, and ethical discourse on climate change. The overall topic of the conference is “Action on Climate Change: Multiple Paths to a Better Future”.
You can individually register for each of the five panels that interest you.
The conference website as well as the IEF website provide detailed information and links to register. Here is the conference program in short with direct links to the event page of each panel:
Monday, Nov. 1: Health Equity and Climate Change
Tuesday, Nov. 2: Strengthening Global Climate Governance
Thursday, Nov. 4 (1st of 2 sessions): Biodiversity: Imagining a Positive Future for Nature and Culture
Thursday, Nov. 4 (2nd of 2 sessions) : Engineering and Climate Change: Remaking the Future
Friday, Nov. 5: Strategies for Climate Resilient Communities
On the IEF website, check out other local/online events in association with COP26!
For an easy-to-read overview of the conference, visit BahaiTeachings.org: “Action on Climate Change: Multiple Paths to a Better Future.”
The conference is organized by the Baha’i-inspired International Environment Forum in partnership with the Adora Foundation, and with the support of the Baha’i International Community (BIC), ebbf, the Stimson Center, The Coalition for the UN We Need (C4UN), the Global Governance Forum, Interfaith Scotland, and the Glasgow Baha’is.
Attend the conference and empower yourself to engage in meaningful public discourse on climate change! Help spread the word and take action!