Climate change is a moral issue and demands a moral response. Join thousands of Unitarian Universalists and other people of faith and conscience in taking action for climate justice! Get involved in a current campaign and/or join one of Commit2Respond’s communities of practice.
Peoples Climate March
On April 29, 2017, the 100th day of the Trump administration, millions of people will march for climate justice. Unitarian Universalist will be among them, marching together in the faith contingent of the DC march, networking and worshipping together at All Souls Church Unitarian, and more. Get the whole scoop.
Write Here! Write Now!
Unitarian Universalists around the country are writing to their members of Congress with their personal stories and concerns and urging them to fully fund the EPA and NOAA, and organizing their congregations to do the same. UUs for Social Justice in the National Capital Region will hand deliver many of the letters on May 9, 2017. Join the campaign!
Advocate for the EPA and Clean Power Plan
The Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office is organizing UUs to call and fax our representatives to advocate for preserving federal funding for climate and environmental justice and making official comments to the EPA on preserving the Clean Power Plan (deadline May 15). Visit the UU-UNO's climate portal to find out more.
Visit the events page for upcoming local, statewide, national, and international environmental justice events that Unitarian Universalists are engaged in, and get your own events on the map!
COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
Environmental Justice Practitioners’ Network
A monthly call for UU climate justice leaders to engage in reflection and education, deepen faith grounding, and build solidarity with each other and with frontlines communities. Features guest speakers on wide-ranging, cutting-edge environmental justice topics. Hosted by UU Ministry for Earth and the Green Sanctuary Program. Learn more and sign up.
Climate Action Roundtable
A monthly call for UU activists and congregational Climate Action Teams to share stories, news, and calls to action—connecting and learning from each other and building the UU resistance against environmental injustice. Hosted by the UU-United Nations Office Climate Program and UU Ministry for Earth. Learn more and sign up.
UU Young Adults for Climate Justice
A diverse network of 18- to 35-year-old UU activists at the cutting edge of climate justice, supporting each other in engaging in direct action campaigns, leading climate justice services in congregations, mobilizing fellow UUs, and more. Organized by UU Ministry for Earth. Get connected.