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THE SPIRITUAL IMPERATIVE OF COP 26: a Vision for the Future - Shared screen with speaker view
Jeremy Over
29:58
Could the camera not be moved so we can see Alastair?
Jeremy Over
30:46
ah ok
Verene Nicolas
34:59
Hi all. I am monitoring the chat and can read your comments or questions at the end. It may also be possible to ask questions directly, time allowing.
Diana Toynbee
01:12:19
Thanks Alastair. Yes -precarity! The richness of being aware of it. May COP tenderise and connect us. A basic question: I feel the phrase 'Climate change' is part of the problem. I don't feel it resonates with people's hearts, souls or guts - also that it feels remote, and addressable with 'technical' solutions. Also - everything we must do to protect life on earth must be done even if the climate were not changing. Do you think we can find a warmer, more alive and engaging phrase?
Verene Nicolas
01:35:37
Planned finishing time is 9.
Verene Nicolas
01:35:57
please raise your hand if you wish to ask a question. we’ll bring you in.
Callum MacKerracher
01:40:10
Callum here, dialling in from Germany. I am very aligned with your thinking, Alastair and am also convinced it is essentially a spiritual crisis. However it seems that the organization charged with the role of spiritual leadership in the West - the Christian church - does not seem to have a plausible answer. How do you view that?
Verene Nicolas
01:51:48
how did this blended meeting work for you? it would be lovely for alastair to have some feedback on your experience tonight -
Paul Lynch
01:52:49
It worked well for me. Thanks so much for making the effort to include the zoomers.
Margery Toller
01:54:11
It worked very well for me: the next best thing to being there in person. (No IT glitches!)
Jeremy Over
01:54:46
Yes. Thank you so much for all the work to enable us to attend.
Verene Nicolas
01:55:01
🙏🏻
Jennifer Stark
01:55:10
I was so glad to be able to attend by Zoom and really appreciate all you did to make it work
Verene Nicolas
01:55:24
🙏🏻😃
Jane Rose
01:55:36
Totally grateful to have the chance to participate from Finland. I feel I am present with you all.
Martin Reid
01:55:48
Excellent use of technology in blended situation which I am sure is not easy to manage.
Verene Nicolas
01:55:48
beautiful. thank you
Marie Craig
01:56:36
Thank you so much. That was inspiring!
Jim Reedie
01:56:39
Hi Verene worked very well for me thanks. Enjoyed the talk and discussion immensely. Keep up the good work. Regards Jim
Phillida Ball
01:56:47
its worked well for me. Thanks for a very good talk,lots to think about
Verene Nicolas
01:57:16
thanks Phillida
Craig
01:59:50
I can only echo what others have said - it's worked really well and has felt much more like an in-person experience. Thanks so much. Merci beaucoup!
Verene Nicolas
01:59:58
thanks for all your feedback. you can see that it’s hard for Alastair to stop talking 😉. he’s enjoying himself.
Callum MacKerracher
02:01:20
Came over very well. Perhaps a slightly different camera view/background of Alastair would have been more effectful! Beautiful talk, thank you very much for making it possible.
Laura Newbury
02:03:29
Thank you, very glad to be here as a zoomite although I am not far away in Stirling. Glad to see a f/Friends from
Sally Reynolds
02:04:47
Thank you to all. Looking forward to being in Glasgow Meeting House in person next week!
Laura Newbury
02:05:42
Glad to see a friend from Finland. Wonderful talk. I am in alignment with all that was expressed.
Imogen Ecclestone
02:05:50
Thankyou so much
Elizabeth Aveline
02:06:47
Thank you for an interesting and inspirational discussion
Ginnie Wollaston
02:08:08
Thanks to one and all Ginnie from stourbridge
Donald Macleod
02:09:51
Thank you Alastair and Verene and all.
Verene Nicolas
02:10:34
thanks so mcu
Verene Nicolas
02:10:41
so much again… aslstar
Verene Nicolas
02:11:13
Alastair’s computer is running out of battery so we’ll need to close the zoom. bye everyone.