We call on U.S. policymakers to support the EPA’s Clean Power Plan and collaborate with international leaders to develop and implement a future global climate agreement that promotes sustainable international environmental standards. Further, we ask the U.S. to invest in multilateral funds to build climate resiliency of vulnerable communities in our nation and worldwide, and develop new jobs in sustainable industries like energy efficiency and green infrastructure.
Tag Archive for Environmental Justice
As predicted by Fr. Hug, on June 2, 2014, President Obama announced Environmental Protection Agency regulations to cut carbon pollution from the nation’s power plants 30 percent from 2005 levels by 2030.
Julia Morreale, ISN’s environmental justice/sustainability intern, takes a look at the top 10 ways her school (University of San Francisco) stays sustainable. How does YOUR institution embrace sustainability?
The following is one in a series of updates that Jim Hug, S.J. is providing from the Just Sustainability: Hope for the Commons Conference at Seattle University from August 7-9, 2014.