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Climate Change

God created the earth, and it is sacred. As Psalm 24:1 proclaims, “The earth is the Lord’s, and all that is in it.” Therefore we are called to stewardship of the earth. When we work to protect creation, we are answering God’s call to till and keep the garden (Genesis 2:15). In the face of deepening ecological crises caused by the earth’s warming, our call to act as earth’s caretakers takes on more meaning. Our efforts will curtail the shrinking of sacred waters, the endangerment of living creatures of every kind, and the vulnerability of our brothers and sisters in developing countries. 

The Union of Concerned Scientists has identified food, transportation, and energy as the three key personal areas that need action to help stem climate change. Below, you can find links to learn more about these issues, get ideas on how to take action, and access theological reflections below in order to help your congregation care for God’s creation.

RECENT resources and ways to take action on climate on our blog! Resources for the fall 2015 visit of Pope Francis to the COP 21 talks in Paris in December 2015, and past resources from the December 2014 Presbyterian Hunger Program/PCUSA trip to Lima, Peru in conjunction with the UN COP 20 meeting.

Food issues

Eating local food, organic or sustainable food, and less meat are all ways your food choices can help to curb climate change.

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  • great!! by shantelle on 11/17/2015 at 2:42 p.m.

  • Linked to you through appalachiancarbonpartnership, but am at GA right now, I am a water chemistry and technology scientist In Chicago Presbytery. Would like to explore ways to support GHG reduction through algae-farming having both for-profit and not-for -profit implications. by James Van Camp on 07/06/2012 at 10:32 a.m.

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