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Mission

The Greater New Orleans Interfaith Climate Coalition acts as a catalyst to educate, empower, engage, and equip faith leaders and communities to meet our moral, ethical, and spiritual responsibility to establish climate justice and promote care of the Earth, and all that dwell here, through a faith and reason perspective for a healthy world. (more)

Hurricane and Disaster Preparedness:

NOLA Ready: https://ready.nola.gov/home/

Ready Disasters and Emergencies: https://www.ready.gov/be-informed

Hurricane and Disaster Preparedness:

NOLA Ready: https://ready.nola.gov/home/

Ready Disasters and Emergencies: https://www.ready.gov/be-informed

Books:

Second Nature, Nathaniel Rich

Losing Earth, A Recent History, Nathaniel Rich

Interfaith Climate Resources:

Center for Spirituality in Nature: https://www.centerforspiritualityinnature.org/

Date

Saturday, Mar 20 2021
Expired!

Time

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Climate Justice Is Racial Justice

The Coalition Against Death Alley, the Greater New Orleans Interfaith Climate Coalition, Sierra Club NOLA, Climate Reality Project NOLA, No Waste Louisiana, 350 NOLA, and Our Allies Invite You to Define Direction and Create a Plan for

Climate Justice is Racial Justice

What the Governor, His Climate Initiatives Task Force, and His State Departments of Environmental Quality and Public Health Need to Own and Act on Now

Elizabeth Soychak, Moderator

Pastor Gregory Manning: Faith Active In Justice

Action Needed Now Panel
Ms. Vickie Boothe, CDC, EPA (Retired)
Mr. Robert Taylor, Founder and Director, Concerned Citizens of St. John the Baptist Parish
Mr. Darryl Malek-Wiley, Sierra Club
Ms. Sharon Lavigne, Founder and Director, Rise St. James

Bringing It All Together
Ms. Jane Patton: Discussion, Recommendations, Questions

Bonus Feature: 100% Renewable is Now: Dr. Glenn Butt

By Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/2278347919

Climate Justice Is Racial Justice