Revitalizing Solar for Faith Groups: FREE Upcoming Webinar
Wednesday, March 11th, 6-7pm
Curious about the ins and outs of Ontario’s renewable energy system? This FREE webinar is for you!
Renewable Energy 101 is a presentation and discussion for those who are new to renewable energy, community power, and renewable energy co-operatives, or who want to learn a bit more. We will start with a 30 minute presentation covering the basics of renewable energy generation, the actors in Ontario’s energy system and the opportunities for co-ops and communities to participate, leaving plenty of time for questions and answers at the end.
All are welcome!
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Fossil Free Faith has included and been led by young voices since the beginning. Our relationships with young people aren’t a side-project of what we do. They are at the centre.
Like the larger FFF network, our youth initiative is a network of young leaders engaging one another and their faith institutions about climate justice, fossil fuel divestment / reinvestment, and the role of bold faith in strengthening our shared future.
This project has grown out of numerous sparks of intergenerational conversation about what role interfaith networks can play in supporting climate justice work, and how youth leadership can be strengthened and amplified within faith-based and interfaith spaces.
The Green Rule: A World Interfaith Harmony Week Hike
February 8, 2:00 - 4:00, Rouge Park, Toronto
An Afternoon Hike Through Rouge National Urban Park
This hike through Rouge Valley Urban Park was inspired by the Green Rule' poster created by Faith & the Common Good to demonstrate that each religion and spiritual philosophy has a long-standing tradition of ecological stewardship. During this hike, your guide Michelle Singh will share the Rules as we walk and reflect on our own deep connection with nature. 'Do unto the Earth as you would have it do unto you.'
Hosted by World Interfaith Harmony Week, Toronto www.interfaithtoronto.ca
Light for Lima:
Ottawa faith communities joined an international candlle- and solar-lit vigil to show concern for climate change. Organized in Ottawa by CPJ and Faith & the Common Good.