The Parliament Launches Climate Commitments Web Hub to Facilitate the Fight Against Climate Change

The Parliament of the World’s Religions is thrilled to announce the launch of the Climate Commitments Project Web Hub. This web-based resource is the virtual face of the Climate Commitments Project, our effort to coordinate and strengthen interfaith and faith-based climate action campaigns. 

The Climate Commitments Project recognizes that religious and spiritual leaders from every corner of the globe have acknowledged the science of climate change and confirmed our moral obligation to protect this planet. In translating these words into action, individual faith communities have made great strides in carbon footprint reduction and climate change mitigation. But they cannot succeed in a vacuum. Our strength is in our numbers. The Parliament’s Climate Commitments Project Web Hub provides a forum for connecting, collaborating, and sharing resources.

The Web Hub is the project’s principal online resource and is made possible with support from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples, Buddhist Global Relief, Soka Gakkai International, and Center for Earth Ethics.

This groundbreaking tool invites participants to Explore, Collaborate, Assess, and Celebrate with colleagues and peers in the global faith-based climate action community.

www.ClimateCommitments.org

Connect with like-minded organizations, communities, and individuals committed to the fight against climate change by joining the Climate Commitments Project Web Hub. Visit us today!

 

 

 

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