Now, more than ever, we need you to put your faith into action.
On January 20th, we inaugurate a new president and begin four years of a new administration. The incoming administration has nominated climate deniers and fossil fuel advocates to the cabinet and to the EPA. They have indicated their intention to abandon critical climate solutions like the Clean Power Plan and the historic Paris agreement.
In order to show that faith communities are committed to protecting Creation, Interfaith Power & Light is working with the People’s Climate Movement, Franciscan Action Network, GreenFaith, and others to organize 100 vigils in the first 100 hours of the new administration.
During the first 100 days of the new administration, we want to show overwhelming support for climate action that will create jobs, cleaner air, and a safer future.
On April 29, under the banner of the People’s Climate Movement, people of faith will join partners from environmental, environmental justice and student groups, labor unions, and many others for a major climate mobilization in Washington DC.
Stay in touch to learn how you can get involved – whether you can be in Washington on April 29, or in your own community.
Our hard-won gains on climate change are under attack. The new administration and Congress are threatening, proudly, to undo all our progress and set us back years — years we can’t afford. We need to stand up and take action to protect everything and everyone we love. We need to stand strong in the first 100 hours of the new administration, in the first 100 days, and beyond.
Please join a first 100 days vigil and mark your calendars for April 29th!
Susannah Tuttle, M.Div
Director, NC Interfaith Power & Light
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