On October 26, 2019, the Buttry Center for Peace and Nonviolence hosted a one day conference to bring people of faith together to talk about the climate crisis and consider how to mobilize for action that makes a difference.
Participants spent the day with other people of faith concerned about the climate crisis. They considered how their faith speaks to this crisis, learned about ways it is being addressed, connected with leaders in the community working on this issue, discovered how to make a difference on an individual, congregational, and societal level, and were inspired to act.
The featured speaker was the Rev. Fletcher Harper, an Episcopal priest and the executive director of GreenFaith, an interfaith environmental coalition providing leadership in the religious environmental movement addressing the climate crisis. Much of the conference was recorded and is available for viewing below.
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