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Resources in Environment Issues
Collaborative agenda from the 6 agencies of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) concerning environmental stewardship: Biblical principles, history, and resources
As people of faith, we have a moral call to pursue environmental justice: the sustainable and equitable sharing of the gifts of God’s creation among all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, or class. Yet, inequities abound. To take steps toward healing our relationship with God’s creation and each other, we need to understand the… Read more »
In this workshop, we will look at how a concept of “eco-justice” encompasses ecological, economic, and social justice for all people on a thriving earth. Particular attention will be given to how environmental racism and classism affect economic well-being, for individuals and communities, in the States and around the world.
In this workshop, we will look at how a concept of “eco-justice” encompasses ecological, economic, and social justice for all people on a thriving earth.
A profile of several Presbyterian (U.S.A.) congregations who have installed and use solar energy.
This brief resource was developed as a guide for congregations who might like to host a “Bike there! Bus there! Rideshare!” Sunday, often known as an Alternative Transportation Sunday. Churches choose a day like this to lift up community, health, caring for God’s creation, and personal lifestyle commitments. Saving energy and carbon emissions is a… Read more »