Whether it is providing community gardens for low-income people and refugees, supporting sustainable development projects locally or overseas, hosting a public forum on a local environmental issue, restoring a stream or "adopting" a highway, or helping local farmers through community-supported agriculture, there are many opportunities for direct involvement in bringing justice and healing to the community of life.
Resources for Service from the Partnership Groups
50 Jewish leaders commit to reduce energy use, advocate for energy security: leaders across the political and religious spectrum celebrate Tu B'shvat by setting goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 14% by 2014. Read the declaration... List of signatories...
Ecumenical Advocacy Days 2013 The 11th annual Ecumencial Advocacy Days will be held April 5th-8th, 2013. Join the NCC and other Christian advocates in Washington DC to seek Food Justice for a Healthy World. To register, click here.
Mission 4/1 Earth The United Church of Christ has announced an all-church initiative to complete 1 million hours of earth care, 100,000 tree plantings, and 100,000 advocacy letters on environmental issues during the 50 days between Easter and Pentecost (April 1st-May 19th). To learn more and get involved, click here.
NRPE's four partners have all written individual letters to the Bicameral Task Force on Climate Change.
Please click on the partners to read the individual statements: