Wisconsin Interfaith Power and Light
30 W. Mifflin St
Madison, WI, 53606
Date(s) - 04/06/2021 - 04/20/2021
Responding faithfully to the ongoing climate emergency means making connections between the multiple challenges we face – in health, the economy, racial justice, water and air pollution – and how we feed and power ourselves and how we treat the ground we walk on and the land where we build our houses of worship. We invite you to explore a few of these connections as we observe Earth Month and Faith Climate Action Week. Please join us for a series of three free webinars in April around the intersecting themes of climate, land, agriculture, health, public policy, and faith.
- April 6: Congregations, Land and Climate
- An Introduction to Faith Climate Action Week
- A Guide to Communal Gardens for Congregations
- Sustainability and Your Congregation’s Sacred Places
- April 13: Energy, Climate and Policy
- Coronavirus is the Quiz, Climate Change is the Final Exam
- The Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change: What’s Next?
- The Clean Power Coalition in Southeastern Wisconsin
- April 20: Agriculture, Climate, and Justice
- Confronting our Converging Challenges: Food, Water, and Climate
- Wisconsin Faith-Based Organizations Address Farming and Environmental Issues
- Energy and Agriculture: Dairyland Power Cooperative
There is no cost for these webinars, but if you value events like this, we welcome your financial contributions to WIP&L so that we can continue to offer them. If you wish to donate, please mail a check to: Wisconsin Interfaith Power & Light, 30 West Mifflin St., Suite 602, Madison WI 53603, or visit our website to donate via Paypal.
For more information contact Peter Bakken, email@example.com