The Yolo Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice was formed as a working group of Cool Davis in 2014.  Since then YIACJ has offered many ways for the faith community to engage in discussion and action to slow the climate crisis.

As Cool Davis celebrates its 10th Anniversary they are working hard for our community to take the steps to meet the challenges of the next 10 years.  In gratitude for their important work, I am asking you to make a donation to Cool Davis.  Join me in recognition of the years of support for the work of the Yolo Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice! Let’s commit to our work together for the next decade!

Think back over the ways you have participated.

In short, YIACJ aims to provide the faith community and interested others with opportunities to learn and engage on climate issues at this critical time.

Cool Davis has supported us all the way helping to publicize our events widely and to keep track of folks who attend so we can alert you to next events.  We work together with Cool Davis to build an educated community that is informed and willing to take action, at the personal, communal and national level.

All of you know there is more work to do.  Cool Davis is there to guide you personally in the transition to a zero carbon household, changing your heating, cooling, and transportation choices.  Cool Davis is helping Yolo Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice to reach out to people of various faith denominations.  We couldn’t do it without the support of the Cool Davis communications team, the photographer, the program staff, and the support of the Board.  Please consider a donation to Cool Davis during this challenging time. This next decade is absolutely critical to our climate future!

Thank you,

Lynne Nittler,  Yolo Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice


The Yolo Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice — is open to all faith group members, as well as non-faith folks, who wish to address climate justice and climate disruption issues on a variety of levels. Currently we have people from 8-10 faith groups meeting on a monthly basis. The Interfaith Alliance is dedicated to educating members of faith groups about the urgency of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

The Planning Committee for the Interfaith Alliance meets monthly first Thursday of the month at 1pm noon now on Zoom. All meetings are open. Contact us at for the link or with your questions.

The Latest Carbon Pollution Data — Scientists have warned for more than a decade that CO2 concentrations of more than 450 ppm risk triggering extreme weather events and temperature rises as high as 2C, beyond which the effects of global heating are likely to become catastrophic and irreversible. Read more about the weekly carbon count.