Conversations for Awareness on Religion and the Environment
Conversations for Awareness on Religion and the Environment (C.A.R.E.) is a three-part online public forum on the theme of religion and the environment. The forum will bring in expert panelists from the religious and scientific communities to discuss the theme through an inter-disciplinary and intersectional approach. The conversations aim to raise awareness about the need for individuals and religious communities to step up efforts to care for the environment through practical ways such as reduction of waste, recycling and education on crises afflicting the Earth. #CARE
Conversations for Awareness on Religion and the Environment 2 ; We Are Sinking. Can We Sop Climate Change?
SESSION 2: We Are Sinking! Can We Stop Climate Change? This conversation will focus on what do we need to know and do about climate change and its impact on Singapore. Panellists: 1. Fr. Glenn de Cruz, C.Ss.R, Church of St. Alphonsus 2. Xinying Tok, Co-founder of Climate Conversations (Singapore) 3. A/P Winston Chow, Associate Professor of Science, Technology and Society, Singapore Management University (SMU) Moderator: Nazath Faheema, hash.peace
Conversations for Awareness on Religion and the Environment 3 ; Do Something! Interfaith for Mother Earth.
SESSION 3: Do Something! Interfaith for Mother Earth. This conversation will focus on how we can galvanise the energy within the local religious communities towards common action for the environment. Panellists: 1. Ow Yeong Wai Kit, Poh Ming Tse Temple Youth 2. Prarthini M. Selveindran, Fellowship of Evangelical Students 3. Dr Foo Check Woo, The Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Singapore Moderator: Mohamed Imran Mohamed Taib, Centre for Interfaith Understanding (CIFU)