The Climate Steward of Greater Annapolis community strives to:
LEARN about the science, values, and methods of: (a) attaining a safe and healthy Earth’s atmosphere and biosphere; (b) preserving human and natural assets that are threatened by global warming; and (c) solving specific issues related to local and regional climate-change impacts.
PROMOTE DIALOGUE AND EDUCATION – events that are informal and formal, at both the individual and group levels, and with community members who hold various beliefs – about global warming, climate change impacts, mitigation and adaptation policies, and safety, peace, and justice concerns for a warming Earth;
BUILD RELATIONSHIPS among individuals and with local groups – e.g. the Greater Annapolis Interfaith Network and various watershed groups – and regional and national groups – e.g. the Chesapeake Climate Action Network, the Citizens Climate Action, Interfaith Power & Light – that are interested in climate change; and
Endeavor to INFLUENCE PUBLIC POLICIES at the local, state, and national levels to reduce global warming and its impacts, and to improve people’s quality of life.