UU-UNO Climate Change Initiative

 

UU-UNO Climate Change Initiative

The VISION of the UU-UNO Climate Change Initiative is a world with mitigated climate change viable for us and future generations. The MISSION is to provide motivation for climate action.  

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UU CLIMATE ACTION TEAMS (CATs)

To register your CAT - click HERE

Exciting UU program for climate activists to form UU Climate Action Teams (CATs) and network with other CATs ! 

  • Each CAT establishes its own program and structure for climate action autonomously
  • CATs are networked together nationwide for more effective action by monthly calls (now under the Climate Roundtable)
  • The vision is for UUs to act as ethical/moral leaders for climate action
  • Any existing group doing something for climate action can register as a CAT
  • The role of the UU-UNO is as facilitator to CATs organization, but not directive
  • HERE is the CAT BLOG - tell others what you are doing! To post, join the Climate Portal.
  • HERE is a short presentation to publicize CATs
  • Below is a pamphlet describing CATs, with some suggested possibilities for climate action on the second page (scroll) in case your CAT would like some guidance for what to do:

 

UU CATs Climate Action Team Pamphlet 2016

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