Sustainability

Creating a just transition requires sustainable development and building practices and addressing overconsumption

Tell the EPA Not to Weaken Pollution Regulations for Coal Plants

From the Union of Concerned Scientists: If there’s one thing you need to know about the Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule,...

Send a Letter to Oppose the Rollback of Clean Car Standards

UPDATE: Today is the deadline to submit a public comment against the rollback of #cleanercars standards! These standards save people money...

From Sustainability to Climate Justice: A Conference at the Mountain

From Sustainability to Climate Justice: A Conference at the Mountain

Expand your understanding of climate change and its connection to environmental and social justice during this 6-day conference, May 20-25,...

What We're Fighting for Now is Each Other

UUMFE Recommended Books

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One of the ways Unitarian Universalist congregations foster a free and responsible search for truth and meaning (one of our...

Free book: <i>Freedom Through Frugality</i>

Free book: Freedom Through Frugality

Author and minister Rev. Jane Dwinnell is offering free copies of her book Freedom Through Frugality to interested UUs while supplies last....

Protest signs: one says "Resiste! / Resist!" and the other says "Clear Water"

Issue Areas

November 10, 2017 UUMFE
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UU Ministry for Earth is your go-to source for actions, tools, stories, and connection to the global environmental justice movement....

Planet Earth II

UUMFE Recommended Films

November 8, 2017 UUMFE
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Many Unitarian Universalist congregations hold film screenings in order to engage members and/or the wider community in environmental justice education....

UUMFE signs letter urging energy transition

UUMFE signs letter urging energy transition

May 2016:  Letter to our national legislators asking them to do four things: Stop fracking now, keep fossil fuels in the ground,...

UUFC’s first climate justice project: The Rev. Jill McAllister (center, behind large sign) and a few members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis celebrate their decision to divest from fossil fuels. [Photo courtesy of Mina Carson.]

UU Fellowship of Corvallis Boosts Community Solar Power Access with Local Re-Investment

Imagine this: Climate activists, fully grasping the enormity of the climate crisis, urge their church to take bold financial actions...

UUMFE expresses disappointing in Supreme Court stay of Clean Power Plan

UUMFE expresses disappointing in Supreme Court stay of Clean Power Plan

February 2016:  Press release from the Washington Interfaith Staff Committee Energy and Environment Working Group expressing disappointment in the Supreme Court...

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