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.
Covid-19 & Pandemics
REGENERATIVE LandSCAPEGreen Sanctuary
Women & Girls Advocacy
Envir. & Climate Justice
- May focus: Women & Girls
- June focus: Racial Justice
- September focus: Food
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 will focus the first half of 2022 on Climate Justice* and those affected, and the second half on the causes.
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Annual Climate Meeting
Women Environmentalists: Providing Healing, Promoting Hope
- Joann Tall, Keeping Sacred Lands Safe
- Margie Eugene-Richard, Crusader in Cancer Alley
- Rosalie Barrow Edge (1877-1962) Hellcat in the History of Conservation
Kids for a Livable Planet