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From our discussion of climate change, here are some resources that might be helpful.

Quaker sites:
from Eli Fishpaw from Baltimore Yearly Meeting's Friends in Unity with Nature - NEXT STEPS IN JOURNEY TO RIGHT RELATIONSHIP WITH CREATION  https://nextstepsearch.wordpress.com/2016/01/04/next-steps-in-journey-to-right-relationship-with-creation/
Tools from FUN to calculate carbon footprint
EQAT (Earth Quaker Action Team) - https://www.eqat.org/

Local resources

South Mountain partnership - https://southmountainpartnership.org/about-us

Watershed protection groups within Cumberland Countyhttps://www.ccpa.net/4628/Watershed

Cumberland County Conservation Collaborative - https://www.cumberlandconservationcollaborative.org/
State resources
NPR's state impact websitehttps://stateimpact.npr.org/pennsylvania/
Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Lighthttp://paipl.us/
News sites:
The Pennsylvania Council of Churches has useful linkshttp://www.pachurchesadvocacy.org/resources/
Inside Climate News - https://insideclimatenews.org/news
Major national organizations devoted to climate change advocacy:
Bill McKibben's group - https://350.org/
Transition US Resilience - https://www.resilience.org/environment/
Natural Resources Defense Council  - https://www.nrdc.org/issues/climate-change
Yale Climate Change page - https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/
Other resources:
Hawken book and website mentioned in 2nd hour discussion

Drawdown: 100 solutions to reverse global warming

Here is a related book mentioned in the current issue of Friends Journal: The Parents Guide to Climate Change

For those of you who remember when Charles Eisenstein spoke at the meetinghouse, he has a new book out on climate change.  Here is a link to a selection from the book:  


https://www.utne.com/environment/beyond-climate-fundamentalism-zm0z18wzgsch

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