The Eco-justice Connection promotes the active participation of communities in government decisions and the policies that will affect the very places where we live. Through promoting civic engagement, the North Carolina Council of Churches’ climate-centered programs support denominations, congregations, and people of faith to impact our state on issues such as environmental and economic justice, community resiliency, human well-being, equality, compassion, and peace.
EJC Advocacy Resources
The work of “Advocating with Compassion” is the faithful work of justice. This work is grounded in our values, faith traditions, spiritualities, and the work of countless colleagues who have committed themselves to doing climate activism in a more just way.
Carolina Advocates for Climate, Health, and Equity
Ways to Take Action
Help create a more equitable health system. Join Carolina Advocates for Climate, Health, and Equity to call on North Carolina hospitals and health systems to sign the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Sector Climate Pledge.