Join Southeastern Faith leaders on Zoom, Thursday, May 18 from 6-7:30 p.m. ET for a unified call to care for all creation. During this event, participants will learn about the importance of building power together for our communities as we put our Love into Action! Leaders from Georgia Interfaith Power and Light, South Carolina […]
The EPA is acting on our moral obligation to address unlimited carbon pollution coming from the nation’s power plants, the single largest source of global warming pollution in the country.
The Vatican has officially released the Papal encyclical on the environment: “Praised Be: On the Care of Our Common Home” (Laudato Si’).
Faith Leaders printed in the News & Observer Rev. Dr. Leonard H. Bolick Rev. Jonathan Brake Rev. Jill Staton Bullard Rev. Robin P. Coira The Rt. Rev. Michael Curry Rev. Richard Edens Rev. Keith Grogg Rev. Steve Hickle The Rt. Rev. Anne Hodges-Copple Rev. Joe Hoffman Rabbi Andrew Koren Friar Michael Lasky Rev. Dr. David Jordan […]
You are invited to join NCIPL and Interfaith Power & Light founder and President Rev. Sally Bingham on March 25th at the NC General Assembly in Raleigh for the Faith Voices for Clean Energy Advocacy Day. We will meet with members of the General Assembly to hear their vision for North Carolina and to express our support for new and existing clean […]
This may be the biggest PreachIn yet and you don’t want to miss it! Over 3,000 faith communities all over the US may preach or hold educational events on Valentine’s Day weekend. What a wonderful Valentine for the planet! The message will be climate justice and loving God’s Creation and will reach over one million […]
Starting this Valentine’s Day, join with North Carolina Interfaith Power & Light and thousands of other faith communities in proclaiming you and your congregation’s love for God’s creation through the 5th annual Preach-In on Global Warming. Global warming is getting worse; last year was officially the hottest year on record. That’s why we want to […]
On June 2nd, 2014 the EPA acted on our moral obligation to address unlimited carbon pollution coming from the nation’s power plants, the single largest source of global warming pollution in the country.
The new standards will help usher in clean energy solutions like improved efficiency and solar power: things that NC Interfaith Power & Light congregations have been using in their facilities for years to reduce emissions and save money.
Emerging wind and solar companies have been in a David and Goliath struggle against the well-funded coal and gas industries.