These are intended to provide a religious and moral vision for the goals of the Green New Deal. Signing these principles does not indicate explicit support for the Green New Deal resolution. It lays out a list of principles that our communities want reflected in legislation that addresses the goals of the Green New Deal resolution.
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"The introduction of the Green New Deal resolution in the 116th Congress presents a profound moral opportunity. Collectively, we have the chance to respond to the ecological and economic crises facing our shared home with bold and hopeful action. As people of faith and conscience, we are called to care for this world and its people. Climate change presents a grave danger to our neighbors at home and across the globe, to the ecosystems that sustain life, and to future generations. Hurricanes, droughts, wildfires, and floods are devastating the lives and livelihoods of millions, with the greatest impact felt by those who are least able to adapt. We know that inaction is harmful. We believe the principles outlined below are central to responding faithfully to the opportunity to achieve the goals of the Green New Deal.- Truth and science- Restoration and renewal- Compassion and fairness- Interdependence across boundaries"
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