|JCC's logo by Leah Jensen|
when she was a
CUCC 4th grader
- Composting at CUCC
- Why we compost
- Video describing compost project (Thank you, Carson Roach-Howell, for video production.)
- Quick Guide to Sorting: Recycle? Compost? or Landfill?
- CUCC Climate Communication Google Group (request an invitation at email@example.com)
- Cooperative recycling
"As an earth scientist, I have learned a bit about how our incredible planet works. I am dismayed at what we humans have done, and continue to do to God's creation. I feel that my geological knowledge carries with it an extra responsibility to try to do what I can to preserve our environment for the future. All living things deserve a chance to live as God intended. The JCC gives me a chance to do something I have been longing for - to bring together my science and my faith." - Skip
|Join the pre-weatherization team|
Resolution adopted by Congregational Meeting May 2007. The congregation resolves...
That CUCC take as a congregational focus for the near future "Justice in a Changing Climate." That we lead by learning and acting. In particular, that we educate ourselves; change our practices; and provide an interfaith religious focal point and leadership on climate change and advocacy.
|CUCC Solar Array Project|
- Intentions becoming Action - a history of the Justice in a Changing Climate Initiative
- CUCC Solar Array story
- - a. CUCC Solar Array Project
- North Carolina Interfaith Power+Light - resource of information and action on stewardship of the earth
Why CUCC and why now?
We see climate change and the environmental and human suffering it causes.
We see that this change will likely have its largest impact on the poor.
We see that environmental issues can divide rich and poor, and climate change solutions can overlook the impact on the poor.
We see an increasing need for creative conservation and creative leadership to find solutions that work for the earth and all humans, rich and poor.
We see CUCC’s long history of social justice leadership.
We see that CUCC has a critical mass of leaders, interest in environmental protection and financial resources to support the work.
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City of Raleigh Award
We were honored to receive the 2016 Cool Congregations Award from Interfaith Power & Light.
We are grateful to the many community partner individuals and groups who have been with us every step of the way in this work.
The awards remind us to continue to work for justice for those least able to adapt to climate change.