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Webinar: From Climate Reports to Moral Imperatives

Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at 1:00 PM Recently, a couple of major climate reports have been released that highlight the impact of climate change on our world and the urgent need to act. To help faith communities understand the insights…

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Fast and Prayer for Climate Nov. 12-21

Rev. Laura Collins offered prayers on Monday to support Dr. Steve Norris in his Thanksgiving fast for people and creation as we face climate change.  He plans to fast for 10 days and will be present at Vance Monument from…

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Before the Flood Film in Morganton

Before the Flood Documentary Viewing Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio November 11, 2:30pm Morganton Public Library 204 S King St, Morganton, NC 28655 Free Admission Hosted by Grace Episcopal Church and Burke County Public Library

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Faith in (climate) crisis: Why Asheville should vote yes on renewable energy/ OPINION

CCA Director, Scott Hardin-Nieri, offered a Guest Editorial with the Citizen-Times on the eve of the City Council Vote on the 100% Renewable Energy Resolution. “And just as I know it is necessary for faith communities to take bold, lasting…

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Letter of gratitude and encouragement to AVL City Council regarding new City Manager

The Asheville City Council is discerning the best candidates for the next City Manager.  The CCA Director wrote a letter of gratitude and encouragement to the Council. September 25, 2018 Dear Council Members,  As you seek to hire a gifted and…

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Rise for the Climate, Jobs, and Justice-hosted by 350.org Asheville

Local action is leading the way — Be part of the movement that’s ending the era of fossil fuels and building 100% renewable energy for all.

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Join the 21-Day Eco-Challenge

Join the 21-Day Eco-Challenge- CCA Registration is open. In his book Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard, Chip Heath suggests that leaders who are seeking organizational change may slip into ideas about others like “Why are these…

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