Environmental injustice and climate change are about the fact that in many communities it is far easier to find a bag of Cheetos than a carton of strawberries and this only stands to get worst as drought and flooding impact the availability and affordability of nutritious food.
The Environmental and Climate Justice Program works at addressing the many practices that are harming communities nationwide and worldwide and the policies needed to rectify these impacts and advance a society that fosters sustainable, cooperative, regenerative communities that uphold all rights for all people in harmony with the earth.
Chapter Supporting Activities:
Environmental Justice Committee members support farming initiatives
Clean air/clean water advocacy efforts
Meets 1st Saturday of every month