Interfaith Power and Light, the national IPL website.
Shop IPL, the place to shop for your Energy Star products.
IPLog, the national Interfaith Power and Light blog.
Amber Links Faith Focus, listing of a variety of religious responses to global warming.
Green Faith, great resources for greening congregations.
Interfaith Coalition on Energy, with great resources for churches on energy conservation
National Climate Ethics Campaign, emphasizing and promoting our moral responsibility to address climate change.
National Council of Churches of Christ Eco-Justice Programs website.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Environmental Stewardship and Conservation page.
Climate Desk, a similar informative blog full of interesting and insightful articles on climate change issues.
Real Climate, a blog about climate change science from scientific experts.
Environment News Service, an international daily newswire on the environment.
Living On Earth, a great public radio program that has been emphasizing climate change issues for several years now.
Energy Star website, featuring Energy Star-approved products and information for home improvement, energy efficient buildings and plants, and building Energy Star qualified homes.
EPA Climate Change website.
Central Union Church, With grave concerns for the state of the environment, rising energy costs and our Christian faith calling us to act, the Central Union Church Green Team Advisory Committee (GTAC) researches and promotes more sustainable practices and educates the congregation on sustainable ways to live wisely within God's creation by way of conservation and compassion, now and in the future.
Church of the Crossroads, is a consciously inclusive church open to all people regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or ethnic background. The church has historically been in the forefront of social issues, supporting and advocating issues of peace, justice, and stewardship of the creation at the community, state, national, and global levels.
First Unitarian Church of Honolulu, is a Unitarian Universalist community, inspired by our Principles, boldly growing compassion, justice, and joy. Our Social Justice Program seeks to engage our Congregation and our Community in responsible and effective social action, with particular emphasis on Economic/Racial, Energy/Climate (‘Āina), Learning, and Reproductive Justice Action.
Environment and Community Organizationsthe group founded by Bill McKibben and continually on the forefront of climate activism.
Alaska Wilderness League, Our mission is to lead the effort to preserve wild lands and waters in Alaska by engaging citizens and decision makers with a courageous, constant, victorious voice for Alaska.
Blue Planet Foundation, Blue Planet’s vision is a world of abundant, renewable energy that sustains all life on Earth. Our mission is to clear the path for 100% clean energy: We inspire leaders to change the rules and accelerate cost-effective, secure, renewable energy. We inspire communities to adopt smart, replicable energy solutions. We inspire everyone to believe in the power and possibility of a future beyond fossil fuels.
DeOccupy Honolulu, From the occupied ‘āina of Hawaii in solidarity with the people of occupied lands worldwide, with Occupy Wall St. and the international Occupy movement.
Citizen's Climate Lobby, We’re creating the political will for a livable world by empowering individuals to experience breakthroughs in exercising their personal and political power. You can speak up for climate change solutions that bridge the partisan divide like Carbon Fee and Dividend, which gives all revenue back to households.
Conservation Council for Hawaii, dedicated to protecting native Hawaiian plants, animals, and ecosystems for future generations. Ko Hawaii leo no nā holoholona lohiu – Hawaii’s voice for wildlife.
Hawaii Alliance for Progressive Action, HAPA’s mission is to catalyze community empowerment and systemic change towards valuing `āina (environment) and people ahead of corporate profit.
Idle No More Hawaii, Gathering in union for all sacred places of all nations with love and peace.
Sierra Club Hawaii, Our mission is to explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of Hawaii. We are a membership-driven organization — join us and get involved today.
Transition Oahu, is a grassroots community movement growing around our need to build increasingly sustainable and resilient communities. We are part of a worldwide movement working to meet the challenges of peak oil, climate change, financial crises, and natural and man-made disasters while creating a better quality of life in the process.
The World Can't Wait, mobilizes people living in the United States to stand up and stop war on the world, repression and torture carried out by the US government. We take action, regardless of which political party holds power, to expose the crimes of our government, from war crimes to systematic mass incarceration, and to put humanity and the planet first.
US Climate Action Network, serving as a resource for climate-related organizations looking to strengthen their networking, outreach, and impact.
Food & Community Organizations
Aloha Aina Health Center, is a nonprofit native Hawaiian based organization located on two small farms in the ahupua'a of Kaneohe and Kailua. The mission of the center is to build a healthy community through holistic nutrition and healthy lifestyle programs. By fostering community participation in traditional Hawaiian sustainable farming and preparing foods one can all learn about the health of a Hawaiian diet in a place where people can gather to share the Hawaiian healing arts.
Mohala Farms, Our mission is to foster healthy local communities in Hawaii through sustainable agriculture, lifelong education and cultural & creative arts. Our work is grounded on the life-giving qualities of the land and a village-model of mutual cooperation and local self-sufficiency.
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