This event sees the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences collaborate with Warrington Council of Faiths and the environmental charity, Faiths4Change to hold a free public event to commemorate Interfaith Week. What do religions say about the value of the planet and how we should treat it? How might religions provide a motivation for climate action, and what might faith-informed climate action look like? Can faiths work together for climate action? These are just some of the pressing questions that will be debated by panellists. This is a great opportunity for students to develop their knowledge of religions and to join the debate.