• Checkout the blogs from COP 21
    Checkout the great blogs from Paris and COP 21!

    Read the Blog
  • Earth Matters interview with Sister Joan Brown on Paris Climate Talks
    Sister Joan Brown of NM Interfaith Power and Light was a guest on Earth Matters at 10am last uesday. Sister Joan represented Franciscans International at the Paris Climate Talks in December. She gave a first-hand take on what came out of the negotiations and what we need to do to ensure that we achieve the COP21 goals.

    Tune in on 89.1FM or streaming live at gmcr.org. Podcast will be available at http://gmcr.org/category/earth-matters/.
  • Pope Francis’ Encyclical


    For some great sources on Pope Francis' Encyclical click here:

    ‎http://www.nm-ipl.org/pope-francis-encyclical/
  • Resource link for evangelicals regarding why COP 21 is important
    A Rocha brought a Christian voice to the climate discussions – and is taking the climate change agenda to the Church. Working with partners, including Tearfund and the Lausanne Movement, A Rocha advocated for and engaged COP attendees and campaigners in climate-based creation care. This video features some of the speakers in the A Rocha panel discussion/conversation, 'A Climate for Change: Conservation and Faith' and the A Rocha/Lausanne Partnership Conference, 'A Christian Response to Climate Change'. Watch Dr Katharine Hayhoe, Revd Dave Bookless, Bishop Efraim Tendero, Rachel Hauser and Dr Jean-François Mouhot raise a voice for the climate.

    A Rocha @ COP21 from A Rocha International on Vimeo.

  • Sign the Paris Pledge


    Take the Paris Pledge today, whether you’re an individual or representing a congregation.

    Learn more here:
    http://www.parispledge.org/why-take-it/
  • Week of Faith and Action


    April 15-24, 2016

    IPL has moved its annual Valentine Preach-In to April. Sign up for resources and planning tools at
    http://www.interfaithpowerandlight.org/programs/preachin/.
    More to come on this great opportunity. Please sign up, we would love to have at least 50 faith communities involved in New Mexico.