California Interfaith Power and Light CC

Our faith, our planet, our responsibility
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"Our purpose is to be faithful stewards of our common home by responding to global warming through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy."
Action Areas
Traditions
Christianity, Hinduism, Islam
Sub-Traditions
Catholic, Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian
Number of Members
103
Region
Location
CA, United States of America
Joined URI Network

California Interfaith Power and Light (CIPL) is a network of religious communities in California committed to addressing global warming. They are the California affiliate of the national Interfaith Power & Light campaign. CIPL member congregations are making energy and water conservation improvements to their houses of worship, installing solar panels, holding training programs for other congregations and lobbying state and local governments for stronger climate policies and investments in renewable energy. CIPL sees climate change as a moral challenge that affects ALL people, especially the most vulnerable who are often hit first and worst by climate impacts like sea-level rising and extreme weather events.

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COP 21 & Beyond – NorCal Interfaith Gathering

On Friday, January 8th California Interfaith Power & Light hosted a Post-COP21 NorCal Interfaith Gathering with 50 faith leaders from Marin, Alameda, and Contra Costa County Counties, San Francisco, the Peninsula, Sacramento and Stockton.