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The Paris Climate talks (COP-21) just concluded, boasting the greatest gathering of world leaders in history! There are 196 countries in the world. Negotiators from all 196 nations came together to unanimously approve a landmark climate agreement and have pledged specific climate actions. The entire WORLD is collaboratively responding to the crisis!!
The immensity of the challenge calls on all of us to be part of the solutions And here at home, in Delaware, our religious communities – each in their own way, inspired by their own faith – are embracing this moral imperative and taking action.
They are serving as energy resource centers and demonstration sites…They are forming stewardship teams and hosting energy seminars…They are planting community gardens, installing solar panels, distributing energy efficiency kits, and pledging individual acts of conservation…They are meeting with legislators, promoting clean energy policies and advocating for resources for low-income communities…They are partnering with the neighborhoods they serve; promoting money savings, green job creation and healthier environments.
And Delaware Interfaith Power and Light is serving those communities.
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United Nations Conference on Climate Change
Nov. 30-Dec. 11, 2015
What should give us hope that this is a turning point, that this is the moment we finally determined we would save our planet, is the fact that our nations share a sense of urgency about this challenge and a growing realization that it is within our power to do something about it.
President Barack Obama, opening session of the COP-21 meeting.
180 COUNTRIES making commitments to cut carbon emissions and embrace a clean, renewable energy era.
** THE LARGEST GATHERING OF WORLD LEADERS IN HISTORY! 40,000 WORLD CITIZENS gathering in Paris.
2,300 EVENTS across 175 COUNTRIES attended by 785,000 PEOPLE of all ages, races, backgrounds and faiths.
22,000 PAIRS OF SHOES, including those of Pope Francis and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, were placed at Place de la Republique, on behalf of the 400,000 people who had been expected to march before heightened security measures were implemented.
10,000 PEOPLE HELD HANDS in solidarity with communities most imminently affected by climate change.
18,000,000 PEOPLE OF FAITH SIGNED A PETITION calling for more action on climate change, delivered to UN Framework Convention on Climate Change executive secretary, Christiana Figueres.
YOU can be a part of it!!
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