The UU Climate Action Network consists of Unitarian Universalist individuals and Climate Action Teams (CATs) in communities and congregations all over North America. The network offers CATs and UU activists opportunities to share news, stories, resources, and calls to action.

Climate Action Teams (CATs)

CATs work with their congregations and surrounding communities to educate, inspire, and create change for climate justice. In some congregations a CAT is also the Green Sanctuary Program committee. In other congregations, the CAT is its own stand-alone committee, or a subcommittee of the Green Sanctuary team or social justice committee.

CATs choose their own structure and program priorities based upon their local contexts and interests.


Connect and network!

The UU Climate Action Roundtable is a monthly opportunity for Unitarian Universalist CATs, activists, and friends to come together online or by phone for conversation about spiritual resources, current events, stories, questions and struggles, and calls for action and solidarity towards climate justice.

Calls take place the second Wednesday of each month at 8pm Eastern / 5pm Pacific. You can join by phone or web (; by yourself or with others in your congregation.  Sign up to join the Climate Action Roundtable mailing list and get dial-in information for the next call.


Past calls

Minutes and audio recordings from past calls are freely available via google drive. An audio recording of each call is linked at the top of each document.


Social media

You can also follow the UU Climate Action Network on Twitter and connect with other cool CATs and UU activists on Facebook.!

On May 14th, 2018, UUMFE launched a new online platform for Unitarian Universalists and community partners to organize and collaborate on climate and environmental justice. supports congregation-based groups, state and regional action networks, individuals, and organizations to connect, organize, share resources, build coalitions, and magnify efforts for faith-grounded climate justice.