Episcopalians have shown that together, we can respond quickly and responsibly to climate change. Whether it is a diocese’s decision to recycle or the Church’s call for wide-scale reform, together we can make a difference. The Advocacy Center, in association with the Episcopal Ecological Network and the Eco-Justice Working Group of the National Council of Churches, is responding to the many challenges of climate change both an home and in the world.
Please refer to our Action section to learn more about what you can do about climate change.
Faith communities in Canada address climate change
Faith leaders, politicians and members of the public gathered in Ottawa from Oct. 23-24 to address global warming, responding to a broad interfaith effort to call attention to climate change as a moral issue.
African faith leaders call for action on climate change
World leaders must set binding targets for phasing out fossil fuels and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to less than one degree centigrade as a measure of slowing down global warming, African faith leaders have said.
This Good Friday, let's celebrate Earth Day
[The Daily Caller] While Christians worldwide meditate upon the crucifixion of their savior this Good Friday, the Episcopal Church has suggested that the faithful also reflect upon whether they’re doing their part to reduce C02 emissions.