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  • Adamah on Campus

    "Adamah on Campus combines climate activism with Jewish tradition, identity, culture, and values to build community among Jewish students passionate about climate justice. In the wake of increasing climate disasters and anti-Semitism, young Jews know intimately the anxieties and challenges of growing up in a world rife with injustice and an uncertain future. Adamah on Campus provides a Jewish organizing home for these young college activists to feel: empowered in their identity, supported by a network of peers, Jewishly connected, and engaged in the current issues of our time."
  • 2023 Feast of St. Francis: The Way of Francis: Seeking Peace & Justice for All Creation

    "This year’s program is designed to assist you, your family, parish, school, diocese, religious community, or other Catholic institution learn about Catholic nonviolence, and the "Franciscan" call to seek peace and justice for all of creation. The need to answer this call has become more and more urgent, as our planet, and our most vulnerable brothers and sisters, are living the consequences of climate change and its associated economic and social disruptions. The 90-minute program enables U.S. Catholics to host in-person or virtual sessions to grow in their understanding and call to care for creation as integral to the Catholic faith through prayer, education and action."
  • #PlasticDetox Social Media Challenge

    "Join the EARTHDAY.ORG #PlasticDetox challenge and reduce your plastic use! Take small steps to avoid single-use plastics like bags, straws, bottles, and packaging. Share your eco-friendly swaps and inspire others to join the movement on social media using #PlasticDetox. The challenge not only focuses on individual actions but also encourages participants to spread awareness and inspire others to join the movement. By collectively engaging in the EARTHDAY.ORG #PlasticDetox challenge, participants will create a ripple effect and encourage a wider shift towards a plastic-free lifestyle. Together, we can make a big impact for a plastic-free future!"
  • Planet vs. Plastics

    "For Earth Day 2024, EARTHDAY.ORG is unwavering in our commitment to end plastics for the sake of human and planetary health, demanding a 60% reduction in the production of ALL plastics by 2040."
  • Quench Their Thirst

    "Welcome to the Quench Their Thirst Fundraising Project! Water is a basic necessity of life, yet millions of people around the world lack access to this essential resource. By setting up a fundraising page, you can make a difference and help quench the thirst of those who need it most. The money you raise will build water wells, boreholes and water filtration plants in rural communities in Africa and Asia, where people currently have no choice but to walk for miles to collect dirty, contaminated water. This not only puts their health at risk, but also takes up valuable time that could be spent on education, work, or caring for family members."
  • Jewish Outdoor, Food, Farming & Environmental Education (JOFEE)

    "JOFEE stands for Jewish Outdoor, Food, Farming & Environmental Education. These experiences connect people to Judaism, community, and the natural world through hands-on, thoughtful and engaging Jewish content across different ages, Jewish backgrounds, and religious approaches. Tens of thousands of people engage in JOFEE activities every year, from learning about Jewish harvest rituals to starting a CSA, to greening their institutions by rethinking their consumption decisions. Combining methods from existing secular models (like outdoor education) with Jewish learning, wisdom, and traditions, JOFEE programs create unparalleled entry points to Jewish life and social action."
  • Encounter for our Common Home

    "'Encounter for Our Common Home' is a broad U.S. Catholic coalition-led training and advocacy campaign to encounter and urge government and Church leaders to support climate solutions from a place of faith and reason. When you join you will be the first to hear of campaign events including community-building events, trainings, young adult materials and engagement, webinars, resources, action alerts and more!"
  • South Side Family Farms, Columbus Ohio

    Minister Aaron K. Hopkins started Southside Family Farms as a way of addressing the food desert on Columbus's South Side. The farm utilizes Columbus's Land Bank program to grow fresh produce for distribution within the community. The farm works to connect locals to their land and grow their appreciation for fresh food and the growing process. The farm is rapidly growing and has plenty of volunteer projects to help out with.
  • Goat Yoga

    Katherine Harrison of Harrison Farms (Groveport, OH) and local yoga teacher Dana Bernstein team up to bring goat yoga classes to Columbus in March-October! Connect with nature and friendly farm animals mindfully in an outdoor yoga class.
  • The Center for American Progress

    Many faith groups in The United States of America have been advocating for climate justice through bipartisan legislation. This source argues that it will require all religious leaders, activists, and elected officials to come together to keep up with the intensity of the climate crisis. More than 3,400 faith leaders have called upon federal leaders to invest specifically in 4 types of priorities: expanding renewable energy to modernize the electric grid; electrifying transportation and expanding public transit; ensuring clean water infrastructure for all communities; investing with justice. Federal and state leaders need to make investments and adopt changes to secure survival for humanity and to protect God's creation.
  • Waycross Canoe/Wilderness Camp

    "Live in simple community with nature, with others, and with God. Learn wilderness skills, hike, canoe, make nature crafts, and cook and sleep out each night in the Hickory Hill wilderness of Waycross. Venture off-site to explore one of Indiana's lakes, rivers, or creeks by canoe or kayak. Grow personally and spiritually while learning how to live in communion with each other and with nature."