• Scientists tell us that mass global migration is the "new normal."
  • Extreme weather conditions are destroying our lands.
  • Families are forced to make excruciating choices to leave their homelands.
  • Together, people of faith can make a difference.


Engage

We’re asking every person of faith to go to their house of worship as soon as possible, and speak from their heart to their clergy or spiritual leaders.


Energize

Thousands of congregations already have active climate- and environment-oriented groups leading the way in switching to clean, renewable energy. Join them!


Divest/Invest

Denominations, universities, and seminaries are divesting from fossil fuels, and investing instead in clean, renewable energy. Now, it’s possible for us as individuals to do so as well.


Vote

Demand needed action from every candidate and elected leader in every election.


Educate

Through your social media and in-person networks, you can become a trusted source of information and inspiration for others.


Events

Find out how you can get involved in this growing national movement.

The Time is Now: Join the Movement of Faith Leaders Caring for the Earth

In a recent report from CNN focused on the Pope’s call for a revolution when it comes to our approach to climate change, journalists noted that 97% of scientists believe that our earth’s climate is changing because of human activities. The fingerprint of climate change is clear as we look at melting icecaps, inland flooding, acidifying oceans and rising temperatures. As Pope Francis reminds us in his recently released encyclical, “The Earth, our home, is beginning to look more and more like an immense pile of filth. In many parts of the planet, the elderly lament that once beautiful landscapes are now covered with rubbish.” Today, we unite as religious leaders and people of faith to act on behalf of our planet and the future generations of people who will follow us. Climate change is just as much a moral and religious issue as it is a scientific and political issue. Addressing the challenges we now face will take us all working together.