[Episcopal Church Public Policy Network policy alert] This very week, nations around the world are convening in Paris to craft an international climate agreement at the Conference of Parties (COP). This is a historical moment, and one that we don’t want you to miss!
The Episcopal Church supports limiting carbon emissions and helping vulnerable communities to adapt to our changing climate. We believe that addressing climate change is one of the greatest moral challenges of our time, and this issue is so important to our Church that the Presiding Bishop is sending a delegation of Episcopalians to the climate negotiations to advocate for a strong and just agreement.
We hope that you will partner with us in Paris! There are many ways that you can join us, including:
- Learning more about the United Nations climate negotiations and meeting the Presiding Bishop’s delegates on our Confronting Climate Change at the COP Webinar. Register here.
- Viewing the advocacy talking points of the Presiding Bishop’s delegation.
- Reading daily updates from delegates on the EPPN blog.
- Following our official COP 21 Twitter account @DFMSatCOP
- Praying for all those attending and engaging these important negotiations.
- Advocating for the Green Climate Fund and the Clean Power Plan, critical policies that will support a strong international climate agreement.
Please join us in engaging the United Nations climate negotiations today!