We have a moral, ethical, and survival imperative to learn about climate change / global warming, and to act appropriately and decisively. This imperative derives from people living today and all those who will follow us. We must not have future generations say, of us: "They refused to learn" or "they knew but did not act."
Climate change / global warming impactsare seen now, and will be increasingly severe and negative to lives, peace, and justice, worldwide. There is no safe haven, not even for the US. Preservation (there will devastating consequences), social justice (the poor will get hit hardest), and intergenerational equity (our grandchildren will suffer) are at stake unless we act. Lasting solutions to many issues from food to water to immigration to women's rights to national security will require climate action, because climate is interconnected.
The Unitarian Universalist United Nations Officepromotes well-being, peace, and justice throughout the world. Crucial to this effort is helping to promote mitigation to ameliorate the increasingly serious impacts of climate change with our Climate Initiative, led by the UU-UNO Climate Change Task Force. The VISION is a world with mitigated climate change viable for us and future generations. The MISSION is to provide motivation for climate action. An ambitious project consists of sparking and facilitating the creation of a national network of Climate Action Teams or CATs in UU Congregations. ClickHERE for information.
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