The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia, adhering to the Seventh Principle of the Unitarian Universalist Association—respect the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part—has established the UUCC Climate Crisis (2U4C) Team to explore all possible ways and means to mitigate the effects of climate change and preserve our planet. Contact Mary Rodgers or email@example.com.
REGENERATIVE LandSCAPEGreen Sanctuary
Women & Girls Advocacy
Envir. & Climate Justice
- April 15 10am: Howard County GreenFest
- April 16, 10am, “Love and Kale” Sunday Service.
Climate Service & Climate Fair Next Steps
Climate Team’s Presentation at 2022 GA
Collaboration with Freetown Farm
UUCC is an active supporter of Freetown Farm in Columbia, Maryland. See NBC Today Show video
Welcome to Meltsville
This The Washington Post article illustrates where we’re headed if we don’t take urgent action. https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-environment/interactive/2022/heat-infrastructure-transportation/
And here’s a fun climate fiction novel about a futuristic Big Melt, by UUCC member and author Ned Tillman: The Big Melt. https://
Ten Steps You Can Take
We recommend this The Washington Post article to anyone interested in specific actions they could take to help reduce climate change. 10 steps you can take to lower your carbon footprint
In a similar vein, here are UUCC’s Climate Change Top 10.
Social Justice Impacts of the Climate Crisis
The climate crisis disproportionately adversely affects the poor and the less powerful, while it is disproportionately caused by the rich and powerful. In 2022, the UUCC Climate Crisis Team focused the first half of 2022 on Climate Justice* and those affected, and is focusing the second half on the three pillars of Green Sanctuary: Adaptation & Resilience, Mitigation & Justice.
Questions? New to this group? If you have interest, ideas, or questions, or want to join the Planning Team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kids for a Livable Planet