What We Do
Climate-change action is a moral imperative for the Faith Communities Environmental Network. Our members share a consistent ethos with faith traditions around the world to protect our Earth Home and all living things. We work together to educate, share best practices, and advocate as stewards of the natural environment of Cape Cod and the Islands. With eco-justice as our priority, we work to protect populations that are disproportionately and negatively impacted by climate change.
As part of a “network of networks,” we collaborate with scientific, public, private, business, and other groups who share our commitment to the environment and to proactively addressing the climate crisis. Our members come together for monthly meetings, and on a day-to-day basis, to provide information, support, hope, and inspiration amid eco-anxiety and spiritual questioning.
We share readings, music, stories and resources to recognize each other’s hopes and fears, and build on best practices. Our shared connection shakes us up, provides support, and brings us together for radical environmental justice and climate action, all in the common bond of love for our planet and each other.
Our work is founded upon three pillars of action: