A Consultation: How To Address The Climate Emergency
This U.S. Climate Action Week, a coalition of planning partners is pleased to host you for a global interfaith consultation highlighting the need for frontline and faith communities to be a part of our collective response to climate change. This 2021 virtual side event will highlight and call for the inclusion of the voices, ideas, and expertise of frontline and faith communities alongside career politicians and others as we collectively and collaboratively move to address and implement climate solutions. The consultation includes two keynote presentations and three concurrent workshops, each supported with web-based materials and social media tools to equip participants. This watershed moment requires action by all, especially our voices of insight and hope.
The Consultation will focus on three areas.
· Climate Change, Displacement and Migration
· Food Security
· Just Transition
If you have any questions, please contact Ruth Ivory-Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Consultation Planning Committee consists of:
Baha'is of the U.S.
Center for Earth Ethics
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
The Episcopal Church
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services
National Religious Partnership for the Environment
North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light
ecoAmerica – Blessed Tomorrow
Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary