Connect to UUJusticePA (formerly UUPLAN) for information on the work of  the Environmental Justice Team.

Or POWER’s Climate Justice Campaign.

From the UUA:

  • Come together for shared learning and mutual support with other UUs working on congregational transformation through climate justice on the third Wednesday of the month at 4PT – 5MT – 6CT – 7ET. Each meeting includes a brief introduction to the Green Sanctuary 2030 process, and a presentation on a climate justice topic usually led by a Green Sanctuary 2030 Team, followed by an open discussion. Sign up.
  • UU Climate Justice Revival September 28–29, 2024

Register Your Congregation Now! Join with hundreds of sibling congregations across the continent for our national UU Climate Revival, offering inspiring collective worship, creative learning, and new frameworks at the intersection of climate and justice. The UU Climate Revival will equip UU congregations to enter into a new era of climate action—one that intentionally and faithfully breaks down silos and cultivates relationships that lead to flourishing collaborations that transform our congregations through climate justice. Open to every UU congregation of every size and budget, we will provide facilitation toolkits, training, music, projects, coordinated justice action and more!

UUA President Rev. Dr. SofĂ­a Betancourt invites all Unitarian Universalists to our first-ever UU Climate Justice Revival in this short video.   Because of her training as an environmental ethicist, this work – this calling for climate justice – is central to President Betancourt’s hopes and dreams for all Unitarian Universalists.

Learn more and sign your congregation up to participate at UUClimateJustice.org

 

What is environmental justice?
It is the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies. Unitarian Universalism’s seventh principle, respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part, calls Unitarian Universalists to action regrading environmental justice!