Greening Sacred Spaces is a practical program to assist faith communities in taking actions to create more sustainable, energy efficient places of worship and to educate their communities about ecological issues.
The Green Rule
Poster with sayings from many of the world's great religious & spiritual traditions, showing that at their core all have an awareness of the sacredness of creation. Study guide available.
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Light for Lima: Ottawa faith communities joined an international candlle- and solar-lit vigil to show concern for climate change. Organized in Ottawa by CPJ and Faith & the Common Good.
As I started discussing in my last blog on Geothermal heating and cooling systems, electricity in Canada is produced by many different sources. There are hydro, nuclear, coal and NG power plants in addition to solar photovoltaic, wind turbines and biogas installations. As you can see in the chart below, hydro accounts for the majority of electricity production in Canada, while despite all of the news surrounding renewable energy, non-hydro renewable energy accounts for less than 3% of total energy generation.