Earth Justice Ministry Update – Sept 2, 2021

Earth Justice Ministry is sharing news received from the Sierra Club. For more information on it, please open and use the toolkit attached to the email. Use this toolkit to take action. The demonstration at SRP over the 16 new natural gas plants planned for Coolidge will NOT be on Sept 10.  Instead, there is a Press Conference and

Violence and Meat

The most violent weapon on earth is the table fork. Mahatma Gandhi In his book “The World Peace Diet,” Dr. Will Tuttle reminds us that we are all interconnected, and that we are all harmed when any is harmed. This includes animals. If you are not ready to give up meat, please consider buying meat

Keep Arizona Beautiful

Environmental Groups in Arizona

Some Environmental Groups in AZ, Because You Asked Earth Justice Ministry at UUCP: Monthly meetings on second Sundays at 1:30 pm via Zoom. Maintains an email group for members and informs about issues and bills of interest environmentally. Sometimes sponsors own events: films, talks, and helps with worship services. UU Ministry for Earth –

Love letters to the Earth

Love Letters to the Earth

Reconnect with the Earth! The Earth Justice Ministry is collecting people’s Love Letters to Nature. Have you ever felt a sense of awe or, as Phil Slater put it, magic when you’ve been out in nature? It could be something in your back yard, like a bee, a bird, or a butterfly. Or it might have been a

SAVE OAK FLAT overlaid on photo of mountain and river

Earth Justice – Save Oak Flat

There are currently mirror bills working their way through Congress:  HR.1884 and S.915, sponsored by Rep. Grijalva and Sen. Sanders.  They ask to repeal Section 3003 of the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act which exchanged Oak Flat to Resolution Copper Mine.  The area is sacred to the San Carlos Apache, and the mine would turn the

Public Comment to ACC – APS Electric Bills

ACTION KIT: SUPPORT ARIZONA’S CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE What’s at Stake: Renewable energy and energy efficiency are key for preventing pollution, reducing our electricity costs, cleaning our air, and addressing our climate crisis. In November, utility regulators at the Arizona Corporation Commission took an important step by voting to send a comprehensive set of new clean