Ready to voice your faith-based values and advocate for meaningful climate action?

Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions (FACS) unites people of faith, and friends who share our values, to develop local solutions to the climate crisis. Faithful voices are valuable in the conversation on climate change, and faith-based action draws upon our deep well of love for each other and all living things. Our work is done in Northern Virginia and nearby jurisdictions. We began in Fairfax County, the most populous locality in Virginia.

Faith Action for Climate Solution members

Our network includes Jewish, Muslim, Catholic, Mainline Protestant, Hindu, Unitarian Universalist, Society of Friends, and other traditions.

FACS By The Numbers

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City/County Advocacy Hubs 
individual donors
faith communities

Our Top Priorities

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Green Solutions for Congregations

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Encourage Climate
Action in
Public Schools 


Preserve & Expand Urban Forests & Parks


Prioritize Diversity, Equity & Justice

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Electrify Everything

I feel that one of the most important things I can do is connect climate change to the values, the faith, and the issues we already care about."

- Katharine Hayhoe, Nature Conservancy Chief Scientist and evangelical Christian


Faith in Action – May 2024

April 30, 2024

By: Kris Rosenthal Some Questions About Living We’ve just celebrated Earth Month, with expos and fairs, service projects, photo contributions and more. Many of us are putting in spring gardens, enjoying the fragrance of flowers and the music of the birds. Did that fulfill your appreciation of our life on this planet, or does it…

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Nature Corner – May 2024

April 30, 2024

During this month, religious observances by Christians and Muslims, Lenten and Ramadan, add layers of spiritual significance to the changing seasons. They also offer a lens through which they can deliver climate change solutions by promoting values of stewardship, mindfulness, and responsibility toward the environment.

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