Mission Center: The Episcopal Church: Advocacy

Environmental Justice

Conservation

As stewards of God’s creation, it is our duty to preserve the beauty, diversity and resources of our planet. We must recognize and act on our responsibilites in a world of dwindling resources. Conservation policy addresses the need to protect natural habitats, preserve our water resources and remember the other creatures that also call this world home. Conservation is a critical part of our efforts to reduce global warming at home and abroad.

Working together for justice.


Conservation


DATE / NUMBER TITLE
1991-D124 Support Reauthorization of the Endangered Species Act in 1991
1991-D125 Oppose Oil Development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
1991-D144 Support Structural Reforms to Alleviate Poverty in Brazil
2000-C034 Increase Awareness of Social and Economic Problems of Farmers and Rural Areas
2003-D016 Support Ethical Care of Animals
2003-D046 Urge Stewardship of Water Resources
2003-D070 Work for a Clean Water Policy
EXC022002.20 Support for Conservation Based Legislation
EXC111989.26 Support for Environmental Principles

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