Responsible energy use reaches far beyond our homes and churches. It has an impact on our global brothers and sisters, other creatures, and the Earth. As we advocate for ways to address climate change, we are seeking domestic and international adaptation assistance to help those at home and around the world cope with the impacts of climate change for which they are least responsible. Read below to learn how Episcopalians demonstrate their commitment to safe, clean and just energy policies.
Working together for justice.
|DATE / NUMBER||TITLE|
|1979-D029||Give Priority to Educating Congregations on Energy and the Environment|
|1991-D125||Oppose Oil Development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge|
|1994–A044||Adopt Environmentally Sound Practices at Church Meetings|
|2000-A048||Encourage Consideration of the Environment When Choosing Electric Energy Supplier|
|2006-C018||Recognize Global Warming and Reaffirm Church's Environmental Responsibility|
|EXC022002.20||Support for Conservation Based Legislation|