Register for the April 25 Webinar

2.25.24 AFJ Event website 2400 x 600 px 2

Faith and Action in a Time of Climate Crisis

As the climate crisis continues to rage around the globe, grief and loss are on the rise, and hope seems to fade. What is our responsibility as people of faith? Join faith-based climate justice activist William Morris as he shares his lived experience living in a frontline community near refineries and oil drilling and engages faith communities towards climate and environmental justice. Together, we will dive into the roots of the climate crisis, the role of humans and how we interact with the earth, and how our faiths call on us to respond in this time of crisis.

William Morris is a climate activist located by a refinery in Torrance, CA. He holds his degree in environmental science from Humboldt State University. William is a Faith Organizer with GreenFaith working on the People vs. Fossil Fuels campaign. He also works with Young Evangelicals for Climate Action (YECA) serving first as a field organizer and now as Chair of the steering committee. William’s work has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, ABC News, and the BBC.