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UU Earth Action
4th Sundays, 11:30 - 12:30pm
This group works to uplift our 7th Principle through Education, Advocacy, and Action. They welcome all new members, who wish to join them in loving our Earth, and invite new ideas on how to make our church and our community more eco-friendly.
Join them for a meeting on the fourth Sunday of each month, in the Chapel and on Zoom from 11:30am – 12:30pm. To join on Zoom, click here.
If you have a question or suggestion for a new project you can reach the group at email@example.com.
The following organizations are not formally associated with the church, but are also working toward the same goals. As we coordinate and cooperate with groups such as these, our combined efforts will be more effective.
Local, Climate Focused Connections
The Interfaith Earthkeepers are made up of people from different faiths working together to save planet earth. From their website: “We advocate for the powerless and our endangered planet, and demonstrate possibility in the face of antipathy. We support a ban on fossil fuel infrastructure development and on fossil fuel exports. We support electric vehicles, solar power, labelled GMOs, a carbon tax and campaign finance reform.” Visit their website to learn more about local and national climate news, and for their meeting schedule.
Local environmental political action, demonstrations, legislation organization. Learn more by contacting info@350Eugene.org
The Many Rivers Group (MRG) of the Sierra Club Oregon Chapter represents around 3,000 Sierra Club members and supporters in Lane, Douglas and Coos Counties. The MRG is active and visible locally, with tables and booths at local events, hikes and other outings and projects. Members are welcome at our monthly meetings. Please join us!
Regional or National Climate Focused Connections
Growing the green economy for people and planet. Green American harnesses economic power—the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace—to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society.
This project recruits, trains, and mobilizes people to become powerful activists, providing the skills, campaigns, and resources to push for aggressive climate action and high-level policies that accelerate a just transition to clean energy. Their signature activist program, the Climate Reality Leadership Corps, has trained over 42,000 change makers worldwide since 2006.
WRI is a global research organization that works with governments, businesses, multilateral institutions and civil society groups to develop practical solutions that improve people’s lives and ensure nature can thrive. We organize our work around seven global challenges: Food, Forests, Water, Energy, Climate, the Ocean and Cities. We analyze these issues through the lenses of our four Centers of Excellence: Business, Economics, Finance and Equity.
This is a state wide, youth driven movement to stop climate change and create millions of good-paying jobs in the process.
Agricultural Focused Organizations
The following non-church organizations focus on agricultural issues. As we coordinate and cooperate with groups such as these, our combined efforts will be more effective.
Food Revolution Network is committed to healthy, ethical, and sustainable food for all. Guided by John and Ocean Robbins, with more than 700,000 members and with the collaboration of many of the top food revolutionary leaders of our times, Food Revolution Network aims to empower individuals, build community, and transform food systems to support healthy people and a healthy planet.
The mission of SPUN is to protect and harness the mycorrhizal networks that regulate the Earth’s climate and ecosystems, by mapping the mycorrhizal fungal networks of planet earth, advocating for the protection of underground ecosystems, and driving innovation in underground climate and biodiversity science.
Conscious Planet is an effort to raise human consciousness and bring a sense of inclusiveness such that multifarious activities of our societies move into a conscious mode. An effort to align human activity to be supportive of nature and all life on our planet. Our work is towards creating a planet where a large number of Human Beings act consciously, governments are elected consciously, where ecological issues become election issues in the world.