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In November 2022, in parallel with COP27, The Peace Department in partnership with the Elijah Interfaith Institute…..
A historic opportunity to implement a catalytic pilot in a kindergarten to generate solar power to replace a diesel-powered, polluting…..
To bring forth climate action as faith leaders collaborate on the 10 Spiritual Principles of Climate Repentance, The Peace Department…..
The American Southwest currently faces unprecedented risk of water shortages and wide scale drought. Major aquifers and water sources…..
On September 25th, 2022, The Peace Department hosted a Climate & Conflict Convening at Foundation House in Greenwich CT, with…..
On April 28, 2021, The Peace Department hosted a breakout panel at the inaugural Nobel Prize Summit, in partnership with…..
On April 12th, 2022, The Peace Department and the Elijah Interfaith Institute hosted the #FaithinUkraine Campaign in Chernivtsi…..
Many in the global population currently face water, fertilizer, power, and food shortages, exacerbated by the recent crisis in Ukraine…..