Climate Change

This list includes every page tagged with "Climate Change."

  • By Allison Hess
    From UUA International
    There’s no question about it: The world as we knew it no longer exists. The upheaval to “normal life” caused by the coronavirus might also bring an upheaval to the structures that keep inequalities in place – but it’s not guaranteed. The pandemic has certainly drawn much wider attention to...
  • By Mt Vernon Unitarian Church, Alexandria, VA
    From Central East Regional Group
    On January 7, the Mt. Vernon Unitarian Church (MVUC) CAT (Climate Action Team) Education group organized a Kids and Klimate! Day for young people from PreK to 12th grade.
  • By Heather Christensen
    From UU World

    A weekly guide to stories about Unitarian Universalists from other media sources

  • By Andrew S Lewis
    From Beacon Press
    Offers a glimpse of the future of vanishing shorelines in America in the age of climate change, where the wealthy will be able to remain the longest while the poor will be forced to leave
  • By Lindsey Mayer
    From UUA International
    On August 28, 16 year old climate activist Greta Thunberg sailed into New York Harbor with the mission of bringing her message of climate justice to the United Nations. She was greeted by 17 sailboats, each representing a different Sustainable Development Goal.
  • By Roy Meredith
    From UUA International
    I suggest a new rule for any discussion we have about climate change. The rule is simple: from now on, every article we write on the subject for a broad audience must include some variation of the phrase “we can solve global warming”. It has the virtue of not only being true, but also...
  • By Elaine McArdle
    From UU World

    Iowa and Massachusetts congregations win awards in Interfaith Power & Light’s Cool Congregations Challenge.

  • By Heather Christensen
    From UU World

    A weekly guide to stories about Unitarian Universalists from other media sources.

  • By Roy Meredith
    From UUA International
    Swift action on climate change is a moral imperative, and an effective strategy requires listening to diverse voices. Although time is running out, activists of all stripes are finally making climate change a bipartisan cause in the US.
  • By Bruce Knotts
    From UUA International
    The steps taken by politicians at the COP 24 climate change conference will fall far short of the commitments needed to save our planet as a livable habitat for generations to come. People of faith must take action to preserve the planet.