We understand that we are on a necessary spiritual journey toward right relationship with the Earth.
We recognize that we are not alone in seeking this relationship. Others stand with us, and together we are strong.
We support one another in our growth toward wisdom and resolve, knowing that every local action has global effects.
We ally with like-minded communities to support the vulnerable, and evolve a resilient and sustainable way of living in our shared world.
Three thought-provoking articles every week.
MillionMileSecrets.com Staying Green While Traveling: How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint!
The New Yorker: Notes from a Remarkable Political Moment for Climate Change Three free articles a month, then a subscription required.
BuzzFeed News: 17 Books That Will Change The Way You Think About The World
Singularity Hub: Forget the Anthropocene: We’ve Entered the Synthetic Age
National Geographic: Climate Change Model Warns of Difficult Future
Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, UUA President: Create Climate Justice (with video)
Reflection, Education and Action Go deep with these links (send suggestions to email@example.com)
Union of Concerned Scientists Facts, when you're ready for them.
Treehugger.com Thorough and detailed information to act on.
Climatecentral.org See just how deep the ocean will be at your address with the Surging Seas tool.
Footprintcalculator.org A tool to help you adjust your impact on the Earth.
Storyofstuff.org What is a consumer to do?
Climaterealityproject.org The big picture and how to be in it.
Sierra Club Coastal Chapter Our own Lilli Hutto represents!
UU Ministry for Earth Did you know about this?
UU Green Sanctuary Yes, there is a program to reduce the environmental footprint of the church.
Charity Navigator Which environmental charities are most effective with the money?
Articles, Books, Videos, etc
Initiation into a Living Planet | Charles Eisenstein That is what climate change poses to the present global civilization.
51 Ways to reduce plastic use or completely eliminate it! A mindfulness practice.
Audubon and native plants Why native plants matter.
CoastalKingdom.com Low-country TV show about native animals and habitats.