Climate Action Resources

UCM’s Climate Action Team (CAT) has put together a list of inspiring, educational resources for us all. These resources are intended to help us each better understand climate change and how we can each be stewards of our planet.

If you have feedback on these resources and/or other ideas for resources you’d like to share, please contact us! Laura Brooke and Diana Chace are the co-chairs and would love to hear from you.

*CAT would like to thank Catherine Lowther, Harris Webster and the current members of CAT for their involvement in developing this resource list.

Websites, Articles and Talks

Books

  • The Weather Makers: How Man is Changing the Climate and What it Means for Life on Earth, 
by Tim Flannery
  • Climate Change: What Everyone Needs to Know, by Joseph Romm
  • Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming, 
by Paul Hawken, Project Drawdown Website
  • The Climate Change Empowerment Handbook
Available: 2 books (10 copies each) from Harris Webster’s collection – at Liza Earle-Center’s free library
  • Limits to Growth – 30 Year Update, by Meadows, Meadows and Randers
  • Prosperity Without Growth, by Tim Jackson

 

Local Art

The Future is Now, 350VT Zine

 

Additional Organizations/Groups working on Climate Action

 

Links to recordings on Joan’s sermons/services related to Climate Change

Reciprocity in All Relations (Online Worship), February 28, 2021 – Nature shows us that, in the words of Robin Wall Kimmerer, “All flourishing is mutual.” How can we build the foundations of mutuality and reciprocity into our care of one another and our planet? Belonging to the Earth, Rev. Joan Javier-Duval, October 13, 2019