Power of Community Summit
Feb 1-10, 2019
Rev. Fletcher Harper
Reverend Fletcher Harper shares his personal experience on becoming a priest and a preacher for the environment. He explores world religious traditions and how they connect to nature, and the urgency of understanding climate engineering. He suggests that religion can be a support system for living the change, and how we can deepen our faith.
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- Becoming a priest and a preacher for the environment
- World religions traditions and nature
- Climate engineering
- Green faith inspiring communities
- Religion as support systems and resilience
- Green faith and living the climate
- System change and personal changes
- Deepening faith
The Reverend Fletcher Harper, an Episcopal priest, directs GreenFaith, an international interfaith environmental organization. In the past four years, he coordinated the 2015 OurVoices campaign, which mobilized religious support for COP 21, organized of faith communities for the People’s Climate Marches in NYC and Washington DC, helped lead the faith-based fossil fuel divestment movement, supported the launch of the Interfaith Rainforest Initiative, and co-founded Shine, a campaign to end energy poverty with renewable energy. He’s now focused on creating multi-faith GreenFaith Circles in local communities globally. Fletcher is the author of GreenFaith: Mobilizing God’s People to Protect the Earth (Abingdon Press, March 2015).
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