Encounter for Our Common Home is an ongoing national campaign that brings together Catholics across the country to urge our U.S. Senators to enact authentic solutions to the climate crisis
Downloadable snd printable materials to help you engage your parish, religious community, or other Catholic institution and seek signatures for Catholic Climate Action Petition.
HR 763, the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act (EICDA) is a market-efficient and revenue-neutral approach to reduce the carbon dioxide pollution that is a primary driver of the climate crisis. Introduced by a bi-partisan group of legislators, the Act would reduce national carbon pollution emissions by over 90% by 2050 by pricing carbon at $15 […]
You’ve heard about the Green New Deal, an ambitious, visionary, and for some, controversial Congressional proposal to deal with the urgent climate crisis while simultaneously investing in job creation and advancing social and racial justice. Do you have questions about how we as people of faith should respond to the Green New Deal? On Tuesday, […]
Download this Paris Agreement Bulletin Insert to help inform parishioners about what the Paris Climate Agreement entails and why the Catholic church is concerned by the U.S.’s withdrawal.
This 45-minute webinar will help you write quality Letters to the Editor (LTE) responding to energy and climate change articles in your local newspaper, and give you tips on how to: Presenter: Dan DiLeo, Catholic Climate Covenant’s Project Manager
Interview and public speaking can seem intimidating, but they’re both critical avenues for bringing your message to a wider audience. The key to acing an interview or speech is preparation: know your messages, know your facts, and know your audience. The better you know who your target audience is, the better you can shape your […]
Writing a letter to the editor (also known as an LTE) is the perfect way to offer a rebuttal, add another perspective, or just express your appreciation for an already-published article or commentary piece. Legislators both local and national also read LTEs to keep their finger on the pulse of their community. A well-written LTE […]