Climate change intersects with systemic poverty and structural racism, particularly being an acute threat for countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia — the regions where most of the global poor are concentrated.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has long recognized our obligation to take actions as faithful stewards of God’s Creation to respond to climate change. Many General Assembly actions have acknowledged the realities of climate change, its effect on the “least of these” and the need to reduce energy consumption and reliance on fossil fuels.
We would like to hear your voice on important issues that affect our planning and focus around Climate Change. Please take this 5-minute survey to help us better understand your attitudes and awareness on various issues and our role as faith leaders:
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