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Find an eco-challenge: on-going online events that help you act out Creation Care habits with a group of kindred spirits (search your region and/or your faith community).
Across the globe, the effects of climate change-related disasters are exacerbating humanitarian crises, widening inequality, and driving vulnerable populations to move. Most climate disasters will displace vulnerable people within their own borders, but a small minority of populations – representing millions of individuals – will be unable to find durable
Sunday Evening Conversations on Creation Continue… Christ the King Evangelical Lutheran Church invites you to a monthly environmental education web meeting series whose theme in 2021 is Healthy Planet = Healthy People = Healthy Economy. In September, join Adrian Shelley, Director of the Texas office of Public Citizen, a nonprofit
As recent scientific reports have made clear, a 45% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 is needed to avoid the worst impacts of a changing climate. The multifaith statement to the U.N. Climate Conference, Walk on Earth Gently, invites people of faith into a journey of Living the Change that the world
What are all* the tools we, as ELCA churches and individual members, bring to the table to achieve 50% Reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2030? (This will feed off of the materials and ideas shared during the August 17th Connections Call) An overview of existing assets, experiences and tools
You may not live near this event - but it's a great idea for you to replicate in our own community! Check out the Earth Examen materials within this guide. Offered locally Oct 2 & 9 - be sure to contact Lisa if interested! You are invited to join a