The 2018 Faith & the Environment Conference will centre on the theme of ‘Climate change and coast’. 

The conference will consider the significance of climate change in relation to sea-level rise and storm surges and their impacts on our coastal county, wider society and economy, and also globally, through increased flooding and erosion.  There will also be consideration of how, as people of faith, we might respond as we seek to love the planet and its people.

Date: Saturday, 12th May 2018 (10am–4.30pm)

Venue: St Giles’ Church, Lamb Gardens, Lincoln LN2 4EJ. (Parking is available and it is close to bus route 5 from the new Lincoln Transport Hub).

Speakers are to include:

Prof. Edward Hanna FRMetS – Professor of Climate Science and Meteorology, School of Geography, University of Lincoln.

Alison Baptiste – Director Flood & Coastal Risk Management, Environment Agency

John Beardmore – Operation Noah. John is a sustainability and energy researcher and practitioner, who advises the Derby Diocese Environmental Group and is a Board Member of Operation Noah.

The Revd Les Batty – coastal scientist, Anglican priest and environmental theologian. Les was co-founder of A Rocha, worked for many years in coastal ecology and management and teaches at Lincoln School of Theology.

 

The conference is open to those of all faiths and none. There will be opportunity to network with one another and attend a variety of stalls. For tickets, please follow this link.

Further updates will be posted on this website and the Faith and Environment Lincolnshire Facebook page, and also published in Crosslincs magazine.