In solidarity with the thousands of groups and youth participating in climate week and strikes, we will end climate week with a ‘Merchants of Doubt’ movie night and prayer that momentum on climate will extend beyond September 2019!
Speakers will review the content of the Papal encyclical on care for our common home in light of recent climate change data trends, immediate health co-benefits of climate change mitigation, and health benefits of rainforests; connecting the dots between New York to the Amazon and in turn, the upcoming Amazon Synod being convoked by Pope Francis. They will conclude by discussing the spiritual, social, and political transformation that is being called for by Pope Francis and offer specific directions to pursue.
New Life Fellowship Church members Carolina Diaz Chan and Pam Chan will be teaching a class on Sustainability and Christianity. This is an introduction to the zero waste movement that will include next steps and a time for Q&A. RSVP here.
We’re praying every Monday at 7PM (add to calendar) from now into the future until we see meaningful action on climate change and climate justice. We believe in the word of God that says: “This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.” - 1 John 5:4
Get ready to celebrate the official launch of C4 | Christians Concerned About Climate Change. Join us for a fundraising night of fun as we introduce C4’s board, enjoy NYC's top jazz entertainment and taste some of P.S. Kitchen’s best eats. All members and supporters are welcome. Date & time is subject to change.
Join us for a candid presentation on why what we wear matters to the fight for environmental justice in this exclusive Q&A on fashion & sustainability with leaders in the industry, including Co-Founder of Mother Erth, a revolutionary company that empowers artisan mothers and reduces plastic pollution, Daniel Scott. Find out what can realistically be done to look on-point, without compromising the earth.
We know that environmental pollution takes a toll, but how high is the price? In 2016, as many as 7 million people died due to air pollution, 600,000 of which were children. pollution, climate change and other environmental hazards with guest speakers Arthur Mychal Johnson, Co-Founder of South Bronx Unite and Dr. Leo Trasande of the NYU School of Medicine. We also ask regular attendees to meet our challenge of bringing one extra guest for a chance to win a green giveaway!
The world may be nowhere near on track to avoid catastrophic climate change, but NYC can be! Don’t believe us? Attend our webinar on the Climate & Community Protection Act in partnership with and propelled by NY Renews. It starts with us.
Come with questions, doubts and above all, an openness to new ways to act on climate! Access webinar https://zoom.us/j/845204896.
When you think of social justice and racial equity, chances are climate change is not the first thing that comes to mind. Despite the advances made since the civil rights era, more than 1 million African-Americans live within half a mile of an oil and gas operation and low-income neighborhoods are disproportionately affected by locate hazardous waste sites & other polluting facilities. Join us and leaders in racial equity and environmental justice to explore the realities of environmental racism, it's link to the fight for climate justice & what we can do about it.
Join us to pray for the earth, climate change, deadly heat waves, natural disasters and for a national wake up call to #climatejustice. Conference Call: +1 929 436 2866; Meeting ID: 151 696 871
Join C4 | Christians Concerned About Climate Change to watch 350nyc.org's screening of Wasted! The Story of Food Waste.
Every day, NYC produces 12,000 tons of garbage, some of which ends up in our neighborhoods, parks and oceans. Join us for a street clean up this weekend to bless our neighbors and share the love of Christ as we care for the earth and this beautiful city we call home.