The Episcopal Church is a powerful witness for addressing climate change at the local, national, and international level. Our General Convention policy calls on lawmakers to significantly reduce carbon emissions within this century, to promote renewable energy technologies, and to financially support developing nations as they transition away from fossil fuels.
As Episcopalians grounded in these beliefs, we can be influential advocates for climate change policy and change agents within our own communities for environmental justice. This web page offers advocacy, education, liturgy, and church-greening resources to support you as a champion for creation care. Please share your stories of environmental ministry with us by emailing email@example.com!