Faith and Climate Change
Scientists tell us climate change is real; the science is sound; and the effects are likely to be severe. As people of faith, we are called to care for all of God's children, especially the most vulnerable, and to protect and restore God's creation. Climate change is a threat to all people and all of creation. Join us as we work to address climate change
About Our Work
For more than 25 years, the Eco-Justice Program has worked to secure climate justice for communities and Creation. We have educated thousands of congregations on the impacts of climate change, engaged senior religious leaders in both national and international policy debates and worked with individuals, congregations and communities to help them reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Click here to do more to reduce climate change, get resources the NCC offers to help your community pray and act for climate justice. Read about the important work being done by other organizations in your community and congregation.
Click here to learn more about the work Eco-Justice is doing on climate change. Also take a minute to read NCC's Faith Principles on Climate Change. Find out how climate change impacts other counties in the world and exacerbates Agriculture and Poverty issues. Learn how Climate Change affects African Americans and what can be done to minimize the impacts
For More Information Contact:
Eco-Justice Program Office
National Council of Churches
110 Maryland Ave., NE
Washington, DC 20002