…the storms, the wildfires, the droughts. We know that continuing our present course will diminish human life. For the sake of the poor, for future generations, and for nature itself, society must become carbon neutral. The change is large, and it can be done.
Presbyterian Climate Advocates are a small group of church leaders who believe that, with God’s help, we can forge a new future. We advocate for a carbon fee and dividend plan to help drive the economy to renewable alternatives. We seek to live sustainably ourselves, and we help congregations and families conserve energy. And we invite others to act with us.
We offer four-week on-line courses for individuals and groups called Faith and the Climate Crisis. The next course will take place Sundays, January 9-30, 2022.
For more information, and to register, go to Upcoming Online Classes.
- our deep connections with the natural world
- the urgency of our present climate crisis
- the environmental effects on the poor
- why people of faith take the crisis personally
- what is being and can be done to promote healing
- specific actions including…
– talking with leaders and neighbors
– advocating for rapid transformation
– making changes in our congregations and homes
This program is taught by the southern Indiana group Presbyterian Climate Advocates:
- Carol Dunn, elder and Earth Care team chair at FPC Scottsburg
- Kristina Lindborg, CCL representative, Bloomington
- Beth Snyder, elder and Green Team chair at FPC Jeffersonville
- Trisha Tull, emerita professor of Bible, Louisville Seminary