Here are a selection of recorded thoughts and reflections from the Anglican Communion delegate members and other Anglican voices who attended the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland.
Dr Elizabeth Perry, Anglican Communion delegate at COP26, looks forward to advocating for resilience and Just Financing the UN climate conference in Glasgow.
The Most Revd Julio Murray, Archbishop and the Primate of the Anglican Church of Central America, wants to champion the voices of the most vulnerable at COP26.
Nicholas Pande, Anglican Communion delegate member, is excited to represent the voices of young people and the Global South at COP26.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, offers his thoughts and hopes for the COP26 conference on climate change.
The Most Revd Mark Strange, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, expresses his deep concerns about climate change and hopes for the COP26 conference in Glasgow.
The Most Revd Mark MacDonald, the Anglican Church of Canada’s first National Indigenous Anglican Bishop, highlights the importance of listening to and learning from indigenous voices at COP26.
Pastor Ray Minniecon, Anglican Indigenous Pastor and Chaplain at the Redfern Community Australia, brings an urgent message to the COP26 conference in Glasgow.
Erasto Robert Magamba, Youth Coordinator at the Diocese of Kampala, Uganda, calls for prayer and unity in tackling climate change.
Nicholas Pande, Anglican delegate to COP26 and member of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa, reflects upon his experience at COP26 and some of the key issues discussed at the climate conference.
Dr Elizabeth Perry considers the progress made at COP26 including deals made to foster reforestation and investment in renewable energy as well as the role of faith groups at the conference.
Nicholas Pande reflects upon the Anglican Communion's impact at COP26 and is enthusiastic about the role of young people in working towards the goals set at the conference.
Archbishop Julio Murray reflects upon COP26 and is encouraged to have heard the voices of young people at the conference and witnessed the passion of those marching outside the venue.
The Most Revd Mark Strange, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, offers his concluding thoughts at the end of COP26 and the distinctive voice that the Anglican delegation brought to the conference.