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Eco-Justice Journey

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

National Call about the Gulf Oil Spill

Tyler Edgar with the National Council of Churches Eco-Justice Program sent the following invitation to a conference call about the Gulf Oil Spill. On July 1 at 3pm Eastern Time the National Council of Churches will be hosting a national…

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Pledge to the Next Generation

What has your response been to the oil catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico? Sojourners has a “Pledge to the Next Generation” for people to sign to indicate their intention to care for God’s creation, love our neighbors, and restore…

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“Ending Oil Addiction”

Earlier this week an editorial written by Rev. Philip Lloyd-Sidle, pastor at James Lees Memorial Presbyterian Church in Louisville, KY, appeared in the Louisville Courier-Journal. Framed by the Gulf oil catastrophe (Rev. Lloyd-Sidle rejects the term “spill” for this environmental…

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Take a Survey to Help La Oroya, Peru

Jed Koball, a PC(USA) mission co-worker in Peru who works with the Joining Hands Network sent the following email on behalf of Mesa de Dialogo, Mesa Tecnica, and MOSAO (Movement for the Health of the People of La Oroya). Please…

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Follow Heaven on Earth Agrarian Road Trip

On Monday I listened to Dr. Ellen Davis talk about reading the bible from an agrarian perspective. She was in Louisville to provide theological grounding for the Heaven on Earth Road Trip (HEART) to the US Social Forum. HEART is…

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Victory for the Clean Air Act!

There is good news on the climate change front from Washington D.C. On June 10 the Senate voted 53-47 to defeat Senator Murkowski’s “resolution of disapproval,” which would have invalidated the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) finding that greenhouse gases are…

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