In "Sing to the Power," a Tapestry of Faith program
Learn about Unitarian Universalist efforts to care for the Earth on the websites of Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth and The Green Sanctuary Program.
The website for 350.org offers up-to-date information on important climate change issues and suggests ways to get involved. On Bill McKibben's website, find descriptions of his books, video of him speaking at a conference, and interviews he has given, including one on the role of religion in the climate change movement.
Go to the website Zero Footprint to calculate the carbon dioxide your family generates, compare your family with others, and discover lifestyle changes you can make that would be healthier for the planet.
The Squidoo website suggests 50 actions people can take to slow climate change.
The Build It Solar website offers renewable energy, do-it-yourself projects that children and families can do.
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