Peterborough Quakers
Peterborough Quakers


This month we review the Sustainability themes introduced since April last year: 


water, transport, plastics, food, the sharing economy, heating, lighting, packaging, 

sharing equipment/passing on excess, and biodiversity..  



Why is the review important?

  • We need huge and urgent changes in our lives to tackle our climate emergency —individually; nationally; globally.
  • We need mutual support and encouragement to keep working towards our Quaker commitment to a low-carbon, sustainable community  —setting an example for other individuals and organisations.
  • We need to know and work where our energies can have most impact.


Did you know?

  • 60% of all the weight of mammals on our planet is now domestic livestock, such as cows and sheep, and 36% is human beings, which leaves only 4% for all those iconic wild animals from whales to chimpanzees.
  • If everyone on the planet lived as we do, we’d need 3.2 planets to make us sustainable!
  • Greta Thunberg’s call for school strikes drew well over a million pupils from over one hundred countries to call for real action to combat climate change.


Peterborough Quaker Meeting House

21 Thorpe Road


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Sunday 10.30–11.30 am


Wednesday 7–7.45 pm


Children’s meeting is held on the second Sunday of every month.





For details of study groups, meditation, social events and other activities see 'Calendar' and 'Events in 2019'

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