Environment

Interfaith Power and Light
Interfaith Power & Light is mobilizing a religious response to global warming. The mission of Interfaith Power & Light is to be faithful stewards of Creation by responding to global warming through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy.

Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light*
Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light believes the active care of creation is integral to spiritual life and social justice. We respond to climate change by bringing Minnesota’s faith communities together and by providing opportunities for congregations to join the growing climate justice movement.

Episcopal Earthkeepers Circle*
A group of Episcopalians from several faith communities working together to support topics related to care of creation.

Resources – Articles, Books, and Videos

A Question of Environmental Racism – The New York Times

At the Sacred Stone Camp Tribes and Activists Join Forces to Protect Land – MPR

Native American Pipeline Resistance is about Climate Justice – US News and Wold Report

With Echoes of Wounded Knee, Tribes Mount Prairie Occupation to block North Dakota Pipeline – LA Times

A Region That Sees Racism as a Threat to its Economy – The Atlantic

Toxic Communities: Environmental Racism, Pollution, and Residential Mobility (Book)

It’s Harder to Breathe with White Privilege in the Air – Huffington Post

Undrinkable: The Flint Water Emergency – DTV News (Video)

*Episcopal congregations or leaders are members/supporters of agency. If you have partners to add to this list, please email them to rachel.b@episcopalmn.org.

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