Tag Archives: Interfaith Power & Light
Rev. Jim Antal (MACUCC)

Why Faith Leaders Are Not “Joining the Environmental Movement”

Pope Inspires Clergy to Join Environmental Movement came to my inbox recently as one in a list of articles on faith leadership on climate and environmental issues.   I agree with the article that Pope Francis’ leadership on climate, creation care, and justice has raised important awareness of these issues, especially how they are integrated. […]

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Bill McKibben: What Faith Leaders Can Teach Us About Effective Climate Messaging

From Pope Francis’ climate encyclical to the Episcopal church divesting from fossil fuels, the climate movement is gaining serious momentum among faith communities. But as environmental advocate Bill McKibben points out in this Boston Globe article, the link between faith and climate isn’t new. In fact, the recent surge in support is the result of […]

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State of California Treasurer John Chiang

Path To Positive: Los Angeles Launches At L.A. City Hall

California Leaders Gathered To Discuss Climate Change Solutions   A standing-room only crowd assembled in the Tom Bradley Room of Los Angeles City Hall on Thursday, June 25, for the launch of “Path to Positive: Los Angeles—Leveraging Regional Action for Global Impact on Climate Solutions,” an initiative jointly organized by the nonprofits Climate Resolve and […]

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Using Earth Day as a Springboard for Engaging Your Faith Community

Wednesday, April 22nd will mark the 45th anniversary of Earth Day. Started in 1970 in the United States, the original Earth Day is credited as the launch of the modern environmental movement and with inspiring legislation like the Endangered Species Act. Today, the event is not just an opportunity to unite the world in reflection […]

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National Preach-In on Global Warming

Show Your Love for the Planet This Weekend

This weekend is Valentine’s Day – a perfect time to show your love of creation and your fellow man by taking action to curb climate change. Join 100,000 people of faith for the National Preach-In on Global Warming, happening February 13, 14, and 15. This event, organized by our Blessed Tomorrow partner Interfaith Power & […]

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How Faith Communities Are Changing the Climate Conversation

Climate change isn’t just about melting ice caps and stranded polar bears – it’s also an issue that will profoundly affect people. But climate change won’t impact all people equally – research indicates that it will likely hit the world’s most vulnerable communities the hardest. Moreover, those who will be hardest hit are often the […]

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