Every Friday, Blessed Tomorrow releases the top faith and climate stories from the previous week. This roundup highlights achievements in climate solutions and effective climate communications from and for people of faith. We feature helpful tips and strategies for you to implement in your faith community and stories to inspire everyone.
5 Things to Talk About When Inspiring Fellow Faith Leaders to Lead on Climate Change
We know that men and women of the clergy are a group whose voice is powerful and can move people within their congregations and communities to action. But did you also know that faith leaders can tap into that same power to inspire other faith leaders? It’s true – at Blessed Tomorrow we believe that as a trusted faith leader, your voice is the most powerful tool for getting others involved. Continue reading on the Blessed Tomorrow blog.
Climate Conversations at the Holiday Dinner Table
Speaking to relatives about important issues like climate change isn’t always easy. Eco Watch gives some insightful tips on how to approach the conversation. Read the tips here.
Episcopal Delegation is Motivated to Act After COP23 Climate Discussions
The Episcopal Church sent a delegation to represent Presiding Bishop Michael Curry at COP23. There, over 20 countries united to form the “Powering Past Coal Alliance” and over 200 faith groups proclaimed “We’re Still In.” This has encouraged the leaders of The Episcopal Church. Read this article from Episcopal News Service.
Let’s Lead Case Study: Midway Church Makes Everyone Welcome
Midway Church believes our spiritual development is linked with caring for God’s creation and being good stewards of the earth. So they offer this opportunity to their congregation through the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)’s Green Chalice program. Continue reading on the ecoAmerica blog.
Everything You Need to Know About the COP23 Climate Talks
Climate change was the main topic of discussion at COP23. Climate Home News recounts the event in this article.
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