This work all adds up to creating a valuable green space in the heart of Baltimore City that is utilized by hundreds of species of birds, reptiles like box turtles and diamondback terrapins, and aquatic critters like juvenile blue crabs and small fish.
Friends of patuxent needs volunteers to help to serve as ushers, snack bar help, greeters and some folks to help with publicity.
Environmental Justice Pioneers and UU-United Nations Climate Change Task Force Speak to Regional UU Environmental Meeting – March 22
Speakers will include Charles Lee, Deputy Associate Assistant Administrator for Environmental Justice at the EPA, and Jan and Lynn Dash from the UU United Nation’s Office Climate Change Task Force speaking on Citizen’s Climate Action Teams.
One of the world’s most provocative environmental thinkers, Ehrlich is Professor of Biology at Stanford University and author of the landmark book The Population Bomb.
Please consider moving Congregational Resolutions on climate change in your faith communities, perhaps patterned on the one that we will be considering at UUCF this fall.
The Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office (UU-UNO) Climate Change Initiative recently announced the development of Climate Action Teams (CATs), which are groups dedicated to raising awareness about and acting against climate change within your congregation and community.
Rev. Terry Ellen, Executive Director of Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice at aUUSJ post-election briefing at Cedar Lane UU Church discusses climate change resources available for congregations in the National Capital Region. Rev. Ellen is also the 2013 President of the Board of Directors of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN).
The Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth Young Adult Environmental Justice Network began in 2012 and was so well received that we developed a vision for expanding the network in 2013. In support of this vision, The Fund for Unitarian Universalism has awarded UU Ministry for Earth a grant of $6,200 to cover part of the 2013 budget for the network.
Rev. Terry Ellen, UUSJ Executive Director of UUSJ, speaking on possible next steps for work on climate change http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5y-CoYOvxU&feature=share&list=PLFZSD-1bJMwdu8S2BhzvhoVFwmbC8yGEG
McKibben shows with simple math that the global warming problem is at heart an economic problem that can be defined by three numbers, and that if we are to avoid calamity we will need to adopt an economic solution consistent with those three numbers..