What is “FaCT?”
West Shore FaCT is part of a larger group, FaCT Ohio: Faith Communities Together for a Sustainable Future. FaCT’s participants come from more than 40 faith communities from 16 counties in Ohio and 3 in West Virginia. Our community includes Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish congregations, along with members of more than ten other faith traditions. We are working together to protect our natural environment through education, outreach, collaborative efforts, and public actions.
Come and join us in confronting the problems that fossil fuel extraction causes for communities and families in rural, suburban, and urban areas. We explore sustainable living in many ways to protect the natural environment in which we all live.
West Shore FaCT meets on the 2nd and 4th Sundays monthly at 12:15 p.m. at West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church in Rocky River.
Arctic Methane Emergency: Economy vs. Ecology
Published on Dec 14, 2014
Third press briefing of the Arctic Methane Emergency Group(AMEG) held on Dec. 6, 2014 at the 20th annual Conference of the Parties (COP 20) for the United Nation’s Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) held in Lima, Peru.
The Economics of Climate Change: Mark Z. Jacobson
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Upcoming Events and News
We have bimonthly meetings at West Shore, and there are many other events that we promote and attend. Please check our blog for more news and event details, and our events page for quick summaries of upcoming events.
Stopping Fracking with Faith
On Faith & Fracking is a new film that calls on humanity to fulfill its role responsibly as steward of the Earth. Seven leaders of various faiths from across New York State ask individuals, congregations and peers to follow the teachings of religious traditions and therefore take up the fight against fracking: