Faith and Ecology: A Conversation on Climate Justice and Peace

Event Dates: 

                                                                            Interfaith Earth Network “Faith and Ecology”:


A Conversation on Climate Justice and Peace

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

7:00-8:30 pm


Urban Ecology Center-Riverside, 1500 E. Park Pl, Milwaukee, WI 53211


Facilitated by Huda Alkaff,

Islamic Environmental Group of Wisconsin and Wisconsin Interfaith Power & Light


A tragic truth about climate change is that it disproportionately affects the poor.  Islanders are losing their homelands due to rising sea levels, the urban poor are suffering the consequences of toxic waste, polluted air and water, and those most challenged as a result of Hurricane Katrina were the poor of the 7th ward.   It is clear that climate disruption is fueling the fires of injustice.   So what is the impact of climate change on peacemaking?  A recent study substantiates strong connections between climatic events and human conflict across the globe.


Come join us in a conversation about climate change

and its effects on global peace and justice.

Be part of Wisconsin Preach-In on Climate Change – A Moral Call for Climate Action.

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