Is Your Climate Voice Being Heard? Join the Global Movement in Just 10 Minutes!

By path2positive

Our friends at COIN (Climate Outreach and Information Network) have joined with Our Voice to develop new ways to engage people of faith, and they need your help. Our Voice, who has instituted successful campaigns such as Light for Lima is asking people of all faiths to help them complete a massive undertaking that sets to develop new language for speaking about climate change with various faith groups.

The final leg of their project needs you to answer a few questions on a survey that will help develop new ideas for engaging people of faith on climate change. No matter what denomination you belong to, visit COIN's survey by the 1st of June, 2015 and tell them what sort of messaging you think will help garner support for climate leadership around the globe. 

You don't need to be an expert to care for creation, you just need to have a voice!


Hello- thank you very much for helping us.

We are working with the Our Voices campaign to engage people of faith about taking action against climate change. We are looking for language that is new, fresh, and that can work for people of all faiths in all countries.

We have already held discussion groups and interviews with Christians, Jews,Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists and now we need your input.

In this survey we will first ask you about yourself and your attitudes to climate change
Then we will ask you what you think about eight different ways of talking about climate change. 
The basic survey should only take you ten minutes, though you are very welcome to add any additional comments.


Thank you so much for your help.

George Marshall
Climate Outreach 
for the Our Voices Campaign

Take the Survey


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