Imagine that…

congregations everywhere promote eco-justice within the local community and beyond.

Eco-Justice holds together commitments for ecological sustainability and human justice. It sees environmental

issues and justice issues not as competing agendas, but as intertwined elements of how humans are called to relate

to God’s creation. It asserts that it is not possible to care for the earth without also caring for humanity, and that

seeking human justice must involve care for the environment.”

from the Ecojustice Ministries website

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Canadian Advocacy Initiative

For the Love of Creation


For the Love of Creation is a Canadian ecumenical initiative that works alongside churches and other organizations to advocate for climate justice. They are calling on the Canadian federal government to reduce GHG emissions by 60 percent by 2030, transition to a green economy in a just manner, respect the rights of Indigenous peoples by making the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People into law, and help aide the green energy transition in the Global South.

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American Advocacy Organization

Interfaith Power and Light

In addition to providing resources for energy audits, Interfaith Power and Light brings different communities of faith together to advocate for climate action, environmental justice, and sustainable agriculture policies.

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Love as Ecological-Economic Vocation

Resisting Structural Evil

Cynthia Moe-Lobeda faces our daunting environmental and social problems with practical hope. People created unjust structures; people can dismantle them, she points out. She advocates what she calls critical mystical vision as the path of resistance:

  • seeing what is, especially when this includes unmasking evil that appears good.
  • seeing alternatives
  • “seeing ever more fully the sacred Spirit of life coursing through creation and leading it into abundant life for all.” Academic reading.
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