With COP28, the United Nations' global climate conference in Dubai, just around the corner, we want to make sure you don't miss the opportunity to join us and be a part of this important event. IPL hosted this webinar with faith leaders that will provide you with the insights and tools to engage with the critical discussions surrounding climate change at the global level.
- Understanding COP28: Get an overview of the conference and its significance.
- The Faith Voice: Learn about the essential role of the faith community in climate action.
- Taking Action from Home: Discover how you can actively participate and make a difference.
This webinar explores the unique ways Houses of Worship can respond to the climate crisis by transforming their facilities in Resiliency Hubs. Highlighted are four special guests: Rabbi Marvin Goodman and Rev. John Current who've equipped their houses of worship with solar+storage, Rev. Ambrose Carroll of Green The Church and Rev. Heather Lee of SFCARD who shared their experiences and knowledge working with a variety of congregations on resiliency. We also learn about neighborhood, city, and governmental partnerships, and some of the tips, and lessons learned from those who have pioneered the projects. Hosted by California Interfaith Power & Light
With the passage of the historic climate legislation that offers nonprofits a discount on renewable energy investments, many more congregations are considering solar.
Learn about the different ways congregations can finance solar.
As people of faith and conscience, we are called to promote the dignity and worth of all people. The Farm Bill presents a unique opportunity to create solutions that better protect our planet, and support farmers as they grow and harvest healthy food for all. For too long, powerful corporations have influenced what farmers grow, often pushing farms towards conventional agricultural practices that contribute to harmful greenhouse gas emissions. Through the Farm Bill, Congress can champion a transition to support farmers towards more sustainable practices that help mitigate climate change, instead of contributing to it. It is imperative we shift our agricultural policies to better support farmers in creating a more sustainable and just future for all of our neighbors.
This webinar presentation features a briefing on the Farm Bill and its climate implications from the Environmental Working Group, and a faith framing for why people of faith should take action from Creation Justice Ministries.
Current Revolution is this year’s featured film of Faith Climate Action Week. This series of three short films show the possibility of a just transition to a clean energy economy where the well-being of workers and frontline community members are prioritized.
This webinar conversation includes the award-winning filmmaker Roger Sorkin and Rev. Gerald Durley, Interfaith Power & Light’s Board Chair Emeritus and former Pastor of the historic Providence Missionary Baptist Church of Atlanta. IPL President, Susan Hendershot, it the moderator for this conversation.
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