Meghalaya leads the way in harnessing faith for climate action

August 18, 2021

Shillong – After initiating a grassroots-level movement with Climate Change Chapaul – which involved roping in traditional leaders of Meghalaya to spread the awareness of climate change – Meghalaya is starting to use another social innovation to drive a change in people's behaviour and attitude towards climate change.

A brainchild of Meghalaya Forests and Environment Minister James K. Sangma, interaction with leaders from eight faith-based and religious organisations aims to promote climate change messages in their followers and help build a bottom-up movement to fortify the fight against climate change in the state.

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