COP25: Faith and the Climate
VIDEO: What faith leaders are doing to advocate for change
9:50AM, Wed. Dec. 4, 2019
As the world’s eyes turn to Madrid for the United Nations Climate Change Conference, Austin-based Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy/Texas Impact is sending to the Chronicle daily dispatches from the conference.
In this latest video, Rev. Susan Hendershot (Interfaith Power and Light), John Hill (United Methodist Church), and Ruth Ivory Moore (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) discuss faith leaders’ roles in advocating for climate change action.
The Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy is a faith-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2000, providing theologically grounded public policy analysis to people of faith and other Texans. The Interfaith Center is the research and education partner of Texas Impact, a 501(c)(4) interfaith legislative advocacy network.
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