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April 2021

Faith and Frontline Call to Action: Good Trouble for Justice

Apr 19 at 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Faith and Frontline Call to Action: Good Trouble for Justice A Consultation: How To Address The Climate Emergency April 19th  12 Noon - 1 pm EST Register This U.S. Climate Action Week, a coalition of planning partners is pleased to host you for a global interfaith consultation highlighting the need for frontline and faith communities to be a part of our collective response to climate change. This 2021 virtual side event will highlight and call for the inclusion of the…

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‘On Caring for our Common Home’ featuring Michael B. Gerrard

Apr 20 at 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online Event

Center for Earth Ethics is pleased to invite you to On Caring for Our Common Home: Climate Change & the Moral Imperative Tuesday, April 20th @ 7 pm Featuring: Michael B. Gerrard, the Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice, Columbia Law School and Director, Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, Columbia Law School Register Now

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Faith Leaders Cohort at the Upcoming US Climate Reality Leadership Corps Training

Apr 22 to May 2
Online Event

Registration Closes March 24th!   The Center for Earth Ethics is kicking off Earth Day by co-hosting a Faith Leaders cohort at the upcoming Climate Reality Leadership Corps Training happening April 22 - May 2. We are teaming with The Climate Reality Project to create specific sessions that will help faith leaders from across traditions integrate climate activism into their work. THIS IS OUR MOMENT FOR CHANGE. YOU CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN. The Climate Reality Leadership Corps Virtual US Training…

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Union Theological Seminary Climate Emergency Community Assembly

Apr 22 to Apr 23

Earth Week: April 22nd and 23rd, 2021 / 2:00-4:30 pm Union Theological Seminary has recently declared a climate emergency, being the first seminary in the world to do so. The declaration commits Union to adopting a climate mobilization plan with the goal of eliminating our school’s carbon emissions in the next ten years. The plan will recommend changes to Union’s facilities, curriculum, and community engagement. Union has committed to a democratic process for creating the plan, which will take the…

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Her Many Voices: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Challenges

Apr 22
Online Event

Center for Earth Ethics' Senior Fellow for Original Caretakers, Mona Polacca and CEE Executive Director, Karenna Gore will be sharing their voices as part of this Earth Day event. Tune in at 12:30 pm Mountain Time / 2:30 pm Eastern Time on April 22nd for Mona and Karenna's contribution. Her Many Voices is honoring Earth Day this year by having a virtual, all day, international event: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Challenges. We are bringing attention to individuals, businesses and organizations…

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The Rights of Nature in a Wellbeing Society

Apr 28
Online Event

When we think about what is necessary to create and sustain societies grounded in wellbeing, respect for the rights of everything in our natural world is crucial. But how do we define the “rights” of nature? And what does it look like to uphold these rights in practice, especially in a world that has placed capitalistic values largely at the center of its decision-making and law-making processes? On Wednesday, April 28th at 9:00am PST / 12 pm EST, in the…

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May 2021

Faith + Food Coalition Dialogues

May 6 to Jun 3
Online Event

Faith based organizations bringing together voices from around the world to contribute to the UN Food Systems Summit. Independent Dialogues Series on Faith May 6th - June 3rd, 2021 in advance of the Food Systems Summit  July 19th - 21st, 2021. Register and join the community dialogue at faithandfood.earth. Food security, access, and justice MAY 6 Food insecurity is on the rise in some of the world’s most developed countries and yet in these same countries an overabundance of unhealthy…

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June 2021

‘Faith and Food: Reflections for WHO Health Week’

Jun 10 at 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Online Event

The Faith + Food Coalition: 'Faith and Food: Reflections for WHO Health Week' Thursday, June 10th, 11 am ET To contribute to the UN Food Systems Summit, the Faith + Food Coalition hosted five separate interfaith, multi-stakeholder dialogues corresponding to each of the five Action Tracks. The objective of the dialogues was to explore how faith communities - including Indigenous communities - can support the transformation of global food systems to being sustainable, accessible, equitable, and regenerative. This panel will reflect…

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July 2021

Interfaith Summit Dialogue on Sustainable Food Systems

Jul 7
Online Event

July 7, 2021 from 15:00 to 17:00, East African Time (New York 08:00 to 10:00; Rome 14:00 to 16:00; New Delhi 17:30- 19:30; Bangkok 19.00- 21:00) We welcome you to an Interfaith dialogue to engage global faith and indigenous communities with the Food Systems Summit process. This co-convened dialogue (UN and faith-based organizations), through shared experiences and learnings underlining shared values and principles, spirituality and beliefs, is an opportunity to promote solidarity and mutual accountability with local communities, stewardship of…

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Faith + Food – Planting Seeds for Change

Jul 27 at 2:00 am to 3:00 am
Online Event

What are the impacts of our global food systems on people and the planet? What can we learn from Indigenous communities and traditional food practices? How can a respect for faith and values make food systems more healthy, sustainable, and equitable? To help answer these questions, the Faith + Food Coalition will host “Faith + Food: Planting Seeds for Change” on July 27, 2021 at 8 a.m. Central European Summer Time (2 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time in the US). This…

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