Climate change is bringing more frequent storms and extended periods of drought. It's forcing people to migrate. And it's fueling conflicts and inequalities. Here are some of the ways communities are responding and working toward climate justice.
Climate change has increased food insecurity, fueled conflict over scarce resources, and forced people to leave their homes and communities. Quakers continue to recognize the moral responsibility of all to act now to address the ongoing threat of climate change to our world today. Join AFSC 's Peniel Ibe as she moderates a conversation with a panel of Quaker activists inspired by their faith to push for solutions that embody a justice lens.