We organize the members, friends, and youth of the congregation to advocate with governmental and business leaders for local, state, national, and international legislation and programs relating to climate change through UU associational partnerships (the UU Service Committee, UU Legislative Ministry of Maryland, UUs for Social Justice, UU UN Office) as well as other non-governmental organizations and advocacy groups.
The most effective ways to make our collective voices and values about the Climate Crisis heard is to elect public officials who will listen. 2020 is a CRITICAL election year.
Please join our UUCC The Vote non-partisan faith effort to energize our congregations and neighbors, educate and mobilize voters, fight voter suppression and rally around key social justice issues like the Climate Crisis.
- Kathy Rose presented information on the Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) at Coffee Hour in December 2019. CCL is working in the US Congress to introduce legislation – The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, (https://citizensclimatelobby.org/).
- UUCC is a co-sponsor of the Earth Forum in Howard County, and Mary Rogers is our congregation’s liaison to it.
- The UU Legislative Ministry of Maryland (UULM-MD – https://www.uulmmd.org/ ) is a member of the Maryland Climate Coalition working to influence the Maryland Legislature on climate related issues. UUCC Member, Phil Webster, is the UULM-MD task lead on climate.
Contact: Albert Holm