Mission Center: The Episcopal Church: Advocacy

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.

Please refer to our Communication and Action sections to learn more about what you can do about conservation.

Working together for justice.

[10/25/2011]  A Greener Calling: Massachusetts church holds true to its preaching with repairs
[10/19/2011]  Fighting for land, environmental protection in Brazil
[8/15/2011]  'Cool congregations': The Interfaith Power & Light story, part 1
[8/14/2011]  Episcopal Church of the Annunciation 'Goes Green' in Georgia
[7/24/2011]  Wildlife habitat certified at New York church
[6/21/2011]  An organic garden grows on Long Island
[6/18/2011]  Garden plots tended by refugee families show ties to past, hope for future
[6/4/2011]  Churches to help youths tend gardens, friendships
[5/30/2011]  Energy Conservation Through the Lens of Faith
[5/28/2011]  The search for earth: Demand for community gardens in Santa Cruz County vastly overruns supply
[5/14/2011]  Christ Church outreach earns recognition
[5/12/2011]  Faith-based Earth care: Asheville congregations work together
[4/27/2011]  Wyoming priest helps spark faith-based conservation movement
[4/11/2011]  Photos: Florida Church Observes Earth Care Month
[4/7/2011]  This Good Friday, let's celebrate Earth Day
[4/3/2011]  It's Green to Glean: Volunteers Pick Your Extra Produce for the Needy
[3/23/2011]  Wave sacramental eco-palms this Palm Sunday
[3/19/2011]  Missions with a green message


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