Petition for Climate Justice

Do iT in Durban

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Join the National Council of Churches’ Eco-Justice campaign in the quest to seek climate justice during the United Nations negotiations in Durban. People of faith are bringing the religious voice to bear on the need to address climate change to protect vulnerable populations–low-income communities and communities of color–around the globe.


Do iT in Durban petition postcardRead and sign the postcard petition today!

Here’s a quick “frequently asked questions” review of what is happening in Durban.

Read this brief history of climate negotiation.

Check out the Presbyterian Church (USA)’s resources on climate change.

Read other faith statements on climate change.

National offices of the following faith organizations and churches have already joined the campaign: Church of the Brethren, Episcopal Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, National Council of Churches USA, Presbyterian Church USA, United Church of Christ, United Methodist Church-General Board of Church and Society, Disciples Justice Action Network, Disciples Home Missions of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the United States and Canada, Mennonite Central Committee U.S. Washington Office, Church World Service, and Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns.

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