Registering Already Active UU Climate Change Groups as CATs
Unitarian Universalist (UU) groups already active on climate change have the same registration process as newly established groups. They meet registration requirements by establishing a Climate Action Team (CAT) point person, email address and blog. This point person can be a group’s standard point person, or someone appointed specifically for the CAT program.
Green Sanctuary committees can easily become CATS if they so chose. They would do so if they intend to expand their work to the larger community and to activities other than reducing their congregation’s carbon footprint. Again, the process of registering as a CAT would be identical to that of a newly formed group.
Because CATs are bound to but not limited by the 4 CAT goals, already active UU groups working largely, rather than exclusively on climate change classify as CATs. As a result, such groups do not have to register a climate change subgroup as a CAT but can register in their entirety as a CAT. Such groups can also register climate change subgroups as CATs if they so chose.
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