This guide was primarily created by members of Temple Emanuel Greensboro and based on their successful solar panel project, completed in 2011. Contributions are also from members of Myers Park Baptist, Charlotte and the Pastor of 1st Congregational UUC, Asheville.
NCIPL's Comprehensive Energy Program for Congregations - emPOWERed - is designed to help faith communities establish energy use baselines and then provide worship facility workshops to suggest possible ways congregations can save money and energy.
The work of faith-based climate action is important to us because we know that we cannot Iove our neighbors without addressing climate change and environmental injustice. The same can be said for COVID-19. We know we … Continue Reading
Who We Are
NCIPL connects the faith voice of North Carolina around climate change, encouraging mitigation of the effects and resilient communities through its programs and engaging in the public policy process by advocacy with compassion. We speak for what we love and take action for the future of our children and the children of all species.