How will you engage?
In 2016 the congregation voted to take a stand on global warming. Read the stand and share it with your friends.
Explore these resources:
- "Either we will change our ways and build an entirely new kind of global society, or they will be changed for us." - James Hansen, former director of NASA quoted in this powerful video, which asks "Is it too late?" and offers solutions.
- "...the more carefully you do the math, the more thoroughly you realize that this is, at bottom, a moral issue..." - Bill McKibben explains the math in Rolling Stone magazine.
- What is "intersectionality" - how do race, socio-economic class and religion intersect with global warming?
- What does our corporate culture have to do with turning global warming around? Explore Naomi Klein's work, "This Changes Everything."
- Feeling depressed, overwhelmed or numb? Active Hope will help. Explore Joanna Macy's website.
- For more on hope and ethics, listen to UW professor Richard Gammon's sermons at EUUC on 7/26/15 and 6/15/14.
- Want some inspiration as to the moral urgency and religion's role in leading this movement? Watch Kathleen Dean Moore "If Your House is on Fire" and UU ministerial student Tim DeChristopher speaking at University Unitarian, or read Tim DeChristopher's article in the Harvard Divinity Bulletin.
- Keep an eye on the Meaningful Movies schedule at EUUC and at other venues, for films that help inform and inspire.
- To keep current on all the latest - articles, short films - check out The Climate Justice Project website.
- Borrow books and DVDs from the EUUC library and the Peace & Justice Committee.
- Purchase books from the EUUC bookstore.
Would you like to help or learn more?
Contact Peace & Justice