Following the leaders
In the ongoing battle for the environment, we must learn to listen to those most affected.
New UUA Common Read focuses on environmental justice
‘Justice on Earth’ chosen for congregational discussion groups.
Living the emergency
Climate activists turn to civil disobedience at the risk of serving prison time.
The youth are at the gates
Meet Levi Draheim, the 10-year-old Unitarian Universalist at the center of a landmark climate case.
Activists block natural gas construction site near Port of Tacoma
Unitarian Universalists assist Puyallup Tribe and climate justice activists in fight against liquefied natural gas plant.
Why many people don’t care about climate change
Perhaps the most important thing we can do to get people to focus on climate justice is to provide them with reliable employment, education, and health care.
Virginia interfaith coalition targets local carbon emissions
Fairfax County alliance aims for carbon neutrality by 2050, helps nearby counties form similar advocacy groups.
Nature demands respect
We need Thoreau’s ‘tonic of wildness’ to confront climate change. As he explained, ‘We need to witness our own limits transgressed.’
Three commandments: stay, learn, go
A Gary Snyder poem helps me find my way in our messed-up world.
Tulsa church will move downtown
Congregational news briefs: Sacramento UUs parter with refugee group; two congregations endorse carbon fee and dividend program.
Climate justice activism: ‘To call a place home’
My Unitarian Universalist values and connections called me to climate justice activism—and to stay in the South as I work.
What now for Americans and climate change?
The new administration poses grave challenges, but don’t give up the fight just yet.