Clean Energy Works for US (video)
Congregations and Coal: Faith & the Riverbend Coal Plant
Facing the coal plant, smoke stacks and power lines looming over the sign of this church, I thought of the pos... [Click here to continue reading.]
NC Public Citizen’s Hearing on EPA Carbon Rules
On June 2, EPA announced the first ever regulations of carbon pollution on existing power plants. The Clean Po... [Click here to continue reading.]
New Earth Sabbath Celebration Services Now Online!
  As summer heads our way, consider hosting an Earth Sabbath Celebration. We have recently added several ... [Click here to continue reading.]
SUPPORT SOLAR IN NC!
Tell the NC Utilities Commission (NCUC) you support net metering and solar power! Like rollover minutes on a c... [Click here to continue reading.]
Energy Savings Analysis
An easy Energy Savings Assessment can help your congregation identify ways to save thousands of dollars and he... [Click here to continue reading.]
Peppers Picked in Prayer
Climate Change Is Real… In Many Ways… In Different Places… At The Same Time… As We All... [Click here to continue reading.]
Hurricane Resilience: America Acts on Climate
The 2014 Hurricane Season launched with North Carolina’s coast as a direct target.  We made it through ... [Click here to continue reading.]
Elon Community Church
Elon Community Church followed the LLC model of financing our solar panels.  This is the model developed by t... [Click here to continue reading.]
EPA Takes Moral Action to Cut Carbon Pollution from Power Plants
On June 2nd, 2014 the EPA acted on our moral obligation to address unlimited carbon pollution coming from the ... [Click here to continue reading.]
In the face of economic crisis, how to make the world a better place
Start with what you love. Susannah Tuttle said that to me on Saturday, and it was perfect for the moment. I lo... [Click here to continue reading.]

North Carolina Interfaith Power & Light works with faith communities to address the causes and consequences of global climate change and promotes practical, hope-filled responses through education, outreach, and public policy advocacy.

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Missed our first webinar? Now it’s online!: Advocating with Compassion and NC General Assembly 101

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NCIPL’s inaugural webinar is now available online! Director Susannah Tuttle and political consultant Veronica Shingleton speak about their advocacy work and using compassionate dialogue for strategic advocacy. Veronica has extensive experience with North Carolina politics and provides an easy to understand explanation of how the General Assembly works and how to structure advocacy efforts. Click here to access the webinar, which includes audio accompanied by slides.

Also, keep an eye out as we continue to bring you more webinars in the future!

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