Environmental Justice is a clear place where social justice, environment, hunger and poverty come together.
The Presbyterian Hunger Program and the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People hosted a webinar in November 2017 on the Impact of Environmental Injustice on Low Income and Communities of Color with guest speakers Elona Street-Stewart, Shantha Ready Alonso, and Grace Ji-Sun Kim.
What is Environmental Justice?
Where is the Church involved?
- Presbyterian Youth Gather Around Environmental Racism
- Standing Rock and Presbyterians
- Waste from Huanuni Mine Harms Communities Downstream—Joining Hands Bolivia
- Sand Mining in Sri Lanka Endangers Coral Reefs and Livelihoods—Joining Hands Sri Lanka
Joining Hands Peru
Seeds and Organics