Many faith communities are often involved in social justice, poverty and inequity issues, but how are they doing addressing the Climate Crisis? We asked three people who have long been in the trenches of activism, to comment on how their faith communities are responding to our Climate Crisis. Their responses follow.
Letters to the Editor and Op-Eds are an incredibly effective way to inform the public and elected officials about the issues associated with fracking because the Opinions pages of a newspaper are among the most read sections.
The climate crisis is a rapidly escalating global emergency — however, few of our mainstream media sources give it the attention it needs. We recommend an array of climate-focused online news, radio, podcasts, documentaries and social media sites to help you stay informed and engaged!
Insurance companies financially aid and support the fossil fuel industry. Chubb, the largest commercial insurer in the United States, became the first U.S. insurance company to restrict business with coal.
A brand new 2019 electric Nissan LEAF as low as $12.000? Nowhere else in the nation can you get an EV this cheap. Switching to an EV today can be your most impactful act of taking personal responsibility for climate protection as it lowers our carbon emissions and improves our air quality.
If your 350 group – or any group, be it co-workers for a lunch talk, at school, at a service club, or in social settings – wants to start a conversation on climate ask the Climate Reality Project to schedule a presentation.
350 Colorado’s Executive Director Micah Parkin called for a ban on fracking in Boulder County during a public hearing addressing the recently enacted moratorium on oil and gas operations put into place by County Commissioners last month.
On Saturday, July 13th 350 Boulder County hosted a Fossil Free Your Life Garden Party at the home of our Executive Director, Micah Parkin. Her daughters, Maia (age 15) and Ila (age 13) shared the following reflections just after.