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Eco-Justice Journey

Opportunities and information for education, advocacy, and action to accompany you on your own justice journey.

Blessing of the Animals

Parroquia San José, a Presbyterian and LutheranLatino Ministry in Beloit, Wisconsin held a service to bless animals on Sunday, October 4. The service was held to celebrate St. Francis Day and show that God cares for all life – including…

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Green Pre-Event for PCCCA Conference

The Presbyterian Church Camp and Conference Association(PCCCA) Conference will take place on November 8-13, 2009 at Ferncliff Camp and Conference Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. Ferncliff and PCCCA will sponsor a Green Pre-Event on November 5-8. The event will feature…

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Senate Climate Bill Introduced

Senators John Kerry and Barbara Boxer introduced the Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act on September 30th. The bill uses much of the same language as the American Clean Energy and Security Act that was passed by the House…

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Environmental Justice for the Yupik People

Recently a delegation of Presbyterian Indigenous Yupik tribal leaders, youth, and elders came to Washington, DC to talk with policy makers about the environmental health issues caused by toxic waste at a former military base near their home in Alaska….

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2010 Eco-Stewards Program

Are you an 18-24 year old with a heart for service, who feels a personal or professional call to be a steward of God’s Creation? The Eco-Stewards program is actively recruiting passionate, dedicated young people to join our team of…

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International Peacemakers

The 2009 International Peacemakers are currently traveling to presbyteries around the U.S. sharing about their ministries in countries around the world. Some of these folks are involved in projects related to water and environmental issues, including Dr. Vinita Eusebius from…

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Climate and Children Sunday

The National Council of Churches Eco-Justice Program is urging congregations to make Sunday, October 11th Climate and Children Sunday. Children are especially vulnerable to the health effects of climate change, and we can work as caretakers of God’s earth to…

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Countdown to Copenhagen

In December international climate talks will continue in Copenhagen. The goal of this meeting is to create a new international agreement to lower greenhouse gas emissions that will replace the Kyoto Protocol when it expires in 2012. These are crucial…

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Climate and Disasters

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Human Affairs and the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre have released a report that states that in 2008, 20 million people were displaced by climate related natural disasters such as droughts, hurricanes, and…

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