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Project to help Mathews faith communities address climate crisis

Virginia Interfaith Power and Light is partnering on a new project with Creation Justice Ministries, funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, to address flooding and resiliency in Mathews County.

The organization will invest in approximately five faith communities providing each with a small grant and other types of support to develop projects of the community’s choice to ensure resilience among community residents.

According to the Rev. Dr. Faith Harris, executive director of Virginia Interfaith Power and Light, the goal of this project is to create networks of faith communities that are educated on the realities of climate change and able to serve as hubs of social and physical resilience for their communities, “helping them better weather the physical, social and spiritual storms of the climate crisis.”

This project, she said, will engage faith communities in social learning on the connections between their experience of extreme weather and the scienc...

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