Centerport United Methodist Church
Environmental Justice
Any questions, please contact Colleen Ruffini
Ryan Madden from the Long Island Progressive Coalition and NY Renews wants to let everyone know about three opportunities in the next few months to continue making climate justice a major priority locally, regionally, and statewide, especially in the lead up to the 2022 legislative session in NYS.

1Join LIPCs Climate Canvass this October & November

Help us build a powerful grassroots movement by engaging with people and communities on Long Island about climate justice and systemic change. We are going door-to-door, first in Westbury, then Huntington Station, and then Freeport to discuss how the climate crisis and other issues impact people in their daily lives. Sign up here for upcoming Westbury canvasses. 

2) Join our mass call on The State of New York’s Climate Law! Thursday, November 4th from 7:00 - 8:30 pm.

Register here and spread the world with our outreach toolkit. This information-rich webinar will give you a comprehensive update on the implementation of New York’s Climate Law. What better way to get this status update than from our allies on the Climate Action Council and Climate Justice Working Group!?

3) Join The Fall of Fossil Fuels, The Rise of Climate Justice Saturday November 13th at 12pm in NYC 

We will march from Times Square to the Governor's Manhattan office. Tropical Storm Ida made it abundantly clear: here in New York, climate change is not some future problem that we can deal with down the line. With the end of the year approaching, Governor Hochul and the New York State Legislature will begin drafting their plans for next year’s budget. That means it’s time to send them a message: New York State’s leaders must prioritize climate justice now. RSVP here and spread the word with our outreach toolkit.