Create Climate Justice Net (CCJnet) is a platform provided and maintained by the Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth & Unitarian Universalist Association, for Unitarian Universalists and members of communities or groups working with Unitarian Universalist congregations or groups around a shared calling to create Climate Justice and greater respect for the interdependent web of life on Earth.
Please refer to this diagram to assess whether CCJnet is a platform that you should join:
If you answered “yes” to the first question and “no” to the second question, you probably are wondering why Create Climate Justice Net is only for Unitarian Universalists and members of communities or groups working with Unitarian Universalist congregations or groups. This is because the Unitarian Universalist Association and Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth –– the two founding organizations of CCJnet – are mission-driven to empower Unitarian Universalism as a bold, prophetic faith rooted in service to justice, equity and peace.
While the administrators of CCJnet would love to provide a service that supports all people and communities called to create Climate Justice and Earth Justice, we unfortunately do not have the capacity to do so at this time and must focus on supporting those with direct connections to Unitarian Universalist ministries. If you represent an organization that may be interested in a high-level partnership or sponsorship to expand the capacity and community base of CCJnet, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with more information.
Terms and Conditions
Creating an account on Create Climate Justice Net is contingent upon review and acceptance of the Create Climate Justice Net Terms & Conditions, and agreement to review and abide by the following documents mentioned therein:
- Create Climate Justice Net User Security Best Practices
- Create Climate Justice Net Community Culture Agreement
- Unitarian Universalist Principles and Sources
- Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing
- Principles of Environmental Justice (First People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit, 1991)
- Principles of Working Together (Second People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit, 2002)