Invited participants from different parts of the world will introduce this evening's conversation, selecting some Loving Earth panels as a starting point
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.
This event will be held both on Zoom and at the Glasgow Quaker Meeting House, and is free.
To attend on Zoom please book via this link: Eventbrite Caring-for-what-we-love-in-the-world-in-the-face-of-environmental-threats-ONLINE
To attend in person at the Meeting House (where numbers will be limited for Covid-safety) please book via this link: Eventbrite Caring-for-what-we-love-in-the-world-in-the-face-of-environmental-threats-tickets-MEETING HOUSE