What we support and oppose in this session
Earth Day 2023
International Mother Earth Day is Saturday, April 22nd, 2023. GNOICC is supporting a number of Earth Day events in a number of different ways. See below for a couple of special opportunities to get involved.
You Can Help the People of Pakistan
Millions remain displaced and the need for aid is great.
No New Leases!
GNOICC has sent a letter to the Biden administration, and we’re in good company. We’re one of nearly 200 community organizations opposed to an expansion of drilling in the Gulf.
Evidence Government Failed & Children Suffered
GNOICC Legislative and Policy Team MeetingSeptember 6, 2022 Vickie Boothe, MPHEpidemiologist, Environmental Engineer View the presentation slides
National media spotlights Together New Orleans’ Community Lighthouse Project
Together New Orleans’ Community Lighthouse Project — a network of solar- and battery-powered resilience hubs at churches and community centers across south Louisiana — is featured in a new national report by the Associated Press. The article, “Community Lighthouses powered
Petition: Lower New Orleans Electricity Prices to Slow Global Climate Change & Create Self Reliance
Your signature will help convince the New Orleans City Council to adopt CLEP, a.k.a., ProRate. Sign the petition
“Find a way to reconnect”
Writing for Medill Reports, a publication of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Diane Leane has an amazing profile of interfaith eco-action in our area. Many folks in our coalition are quoted, including Deacon Joseph M. Clavijo, Rev. Gregory Manning,
On the Brink
Climate change and industrial activity are shrinking Louisiana’s coast. What does this mean for local Indigenous communities? Features Theresa Dardar and Rev. Kristina Peterson, both of whom have been with us on the steering committee of Greater New Orleans Interfaith
Earth Day Celebration with ricRACK
Great fun and learning last evening at ricRACK Earth Day Celebration! The GNOICC table was across from our good friends Bucket Brigade! Thanks to Peter Digre for making this connection. See you all on Sunday for the GNOICC 3rd Annual