Faith Groups at the DC Climate March

Muslim environmental activists, 2017 Washington DC People's Climate March

Grove Harris represented the Temple of Understanding at the April 29 Climate March in D.C. as part of the Interfaith Groups mobilization for People's Climate Marches. Overall, more than 200,000 gathered in Washington DC and millions joined in over 375 marches around the globe, all standing up in concern for our climate and against regressive politics.

UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change

This panel and discussion was held on April 26 during the 2017 United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNFPII) . It featured Chase Iron Eyes (Standing Rock Sioux) of Lakota People's Law Project; Mindahi Crescencio Bastida Muñoz (Otomi) of Otomi-Hñahñu Regional Council, Mexico; T?wera Tahuri (Maori: Nga Ariki Kaiputahi) of Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples; and Naomi Lanoi (Masaai), Human Rights Advocate. The full session was recorded and is available on YouTube.


Free Online Course in Sustainable Consumption & Production

People of faith are called to technical competence to live out our environmental ethics. Personal choices matter, and supply chains matter even more. This course hosted by The Nature Conservancy's Conversation Training website will help you think and act more effectively about your local, regional, and international impacts on the environment through consumption. Enroll now so you can prepare in advance for the first class. Begins May 31 - registration open now. See you in the online classroom! 

Global Earth Exchange

On June 17, j
oin in the Global Earth Exchange, 
a project of Radical Joy for Hard Times: Finding and Making Beauty in Wounded Places.   

These are the 5 suggested steps of an Earth Exchange:
  1. Go, alone or with friends, to a wounded place.
  2. Sit awhile and share your stories about what the place means to you.
  3. Get to know the place as it is now.
  4. Share with the others what you discovered.
  5. Make a simple gift of beauty-often a bird made of materials the place itself provides

2018 Parliament of the World's Religions
The next Parliament of the World's Religions will be held in Toronto, Canada on November 1-7, 2018More than 10,000 people will participate in more than 500 programs, workshops, and dialogues, alongside music, dance, art and photography exhibitions, and related events presented by the world's religious communities and cultural institutions.


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