Climate Change: Congress Needs to Talk

Climate Change: Congress Needs to Talk

February 2015: Climate change isn’t coming — it’s already here. For many, climate change is no longer just a theory. It's the reality of our day-to-day lives. Overwhelmingly, people in the U.S. acknowledge that our planet is warming as a result of human activities, and many are taking action.

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Climate Change: Congress Needs to Talk

Climate change isn’t coming — it’s already here. For many of us in the U.S. and around the world, climate change is more than a theory. It’s the reality of our day-to-day lives.

Climate and Conflict: What's the Link?

The threats that climate change pose cannot be solved through traditional military approaches. They require nations to work together to mitigate the effects of climate change and adapt to this new world.

Climate Advocacy from the Heart: A Path to Action

To solve the problem of climate change, Congress must first acknowledge its existance and the human contribution to it. Most legislators privately acknowledge these facts. Fewer have been willing to lead with legislative solutions.

4 Ways Congress Is Addressing Climate Change Now

There is bipartisan support for action on climate change in Congress. Find out about this legislation and how you can support it as it is introduced this year: fcnl.org/climatefaith.

A Radical Return to Common Principles

Climate change is considered by many to be the greatest challenge facing humanity. We are the first generation to recognize the errors in the way we live our lives, and perhaps the last generation able to do something about it. The stakes are vast and monumental.

Resources on Climate Action from a Place of Faith

Find out more about how to take action on climate change from a place of faith.

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