Earth Justice Ministry works in support of our seventh principle, specifically, “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.”
“Creating a sustainable way of life is central to our view of a just and compassionate world.” (Unitarian Universalist Association Environmental Justice statement)
- Raise awareness of environmental issues among UUSS EJM members and in the UUSS congregation
- Take actions to improve the environment as individuals and promote actions within the UUSS congregation.
- Participate in environmental events in larger community.
- Environmental advocacy as UUSS EJM and with other community groups.
- Climate change
- Environmental issues including water, air and food access and quality
- Waste and recycling
- Sustainable living
- Relationship of environmental issues to social and economic justice issues
- Speakers, films, discussions at UUSS for EJM, UUSS and larger community
- Projects, activities at UUSS to involve congregation members
- Inform UUSS of environmental events in the larger community.
- Support environment related issues, such as signing petitions, participating in rallies
- UUSS Website – post information on UUSS activities and community activities
- The EJM Planning Committee meets monthly to plan activities, speakers, events, and participation in community activities. We welcome all who are interested in environmental issues to participate in these meetings.
- Events are open to UUSS members, friends, and the public.