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With East Africa facing its worst drought in over 40 years, the decades of inadequate action to address the climate crisis...
With East Africa facing its worst drought in over 40 years, the decades of inadequate action to address the climate crisis can no longer be ignored.
Our new food campaign is urging the UK government to keep the promises it made at the COP26 climate talks last year and support agricultural systems that tackle the climate crisis as well as putting local communities first.
Climate change, the pandemic and the rising prices of food and agricultural products as a result of the Ukraine crisis, have together revealed the fragility of our current global food system. It’s not working for both people and planet. But together we can play our part in re-thinking it, and challenging the imbalance of power so that it works for everyone.
The good news is that alternatives to the current food system already exist. Small farmers like Suchitra in Bangladesh are growing food in ways that provide a decent income for their families, help local economies and are good for the climate. You can read more of our Food System Success Stories and find out more about the campaign here.
How can we help in Nottingham Diocese?
We are asking parishes to host CAFOD’s 7 Station activity, which walks through why our food system is broken and shows us some of the ways we can fix it.
A number of parishes in The Diocese have already taken part in the stations, and Elaine and Theresa who hosted a recent event in Cleethorpes said, “We found it a really enjoyable experience to host, and we’ve learnt a lot ourselves, as well as the wider community.”.
If you would like to find out more or organise a 7 Stations activity in your parish please contact Will, our local CAFOD worker, on nottingham@CAFOD.org.uk or 077100 94455 (call, text or WhatsApp), or got to cafod.org.uk/Campaign/Fix-the-food-system.
You can also join us in praying Prayers on Food and Hunger.
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