Telling someone to give up that burger in their hand seems to be the most ineffective way to start a dialogue about solving environmental crisis, but that doesn’t negate the fact that the way we produce food is intricately connected with our damaging relationship with the earth. Below is a collection of perspectives that may help you launch a faithful discussion with those who are open to learning more about how what they eat impacts the rest of the planet.
- Try following one of the Action Plans through CreatureKind: Engaging churches in new ways of thinking about animals and Christian faith, with a special focus on farmed animal welfare.
- Watch “Kiss the Ground” or explore their site along with others in Bible Study or Youth group.
- Sign up for Sacred Ground: Cultivating connections between our Food, Faith & the Climate for 2021 Climate Action Week with Interfaith Power & Light
- Cutting Greenhouse Gases From Food Production Is Urgent, Scientists Say