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Fossil Fuel Forum - Ian McInnes

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Publicado el 03/09/2013

On the 5th of September 2013. the Auckland Diocese of the Anglican Church will be deciding whether to divest its funds from the fossil fuel industry. Over the coming months, Anglican Dioceses all around the country will also be voting on this crucial issue, in what is set to be a landmark event in the history of environmental action in Aotearoa.

On Sunday 1 September 2013, St Paul's Auckland hosted a forum featuring four fantastic speakers explaining why divesting is the right thing to do from the perspectives of theology, climate science, social justice, and ethical investing.

This video is Ian McInnes' contribution to the forum.

Ian is the CEO of Tear Fund New Zealand, a leading christian humanitarian organisation. Tear Fund has partnered with local Christian NGOs and churches in Asia, Africa, Central and South America for the past thirty-five years, doing good works in disaster relief, community development and child sponsorship. Before taking up his position as CEO of Tear Fund, Ian worked as the International Policy and Programmes director for World Vision, specialising in humanitarian response management, disaster risk management, and the evaluation of fragile countries. Ian has lived and worked in many countries, including Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Haiti, Pakistan and Samoa -- and knows first hand what social justice looks like.

Other speakers to the forum included:

James Renwick · Associate Professor at the School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences at Victoria University in Wellington
http://youtu.be/lv4YvHGj8yE

Rod Oram · Business Journalist and Commentator
http://youtu.be/8Lw0XXAcx_w

Matheson Russell, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Auckland

As a prelude to the motion at the Auckland Diocese Synod, Rev. Mathew Newton appeared on TV3, Firstline to debate the point. Watch it here: http://www.3news.co.nz/Fossil-fuels-A...

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