For many people the world over, climate change presents an existential crisis. Some fall back on faith to ground them in the face of climate change’s magnitude, even to guide them through it. For others, faith precludes an acceptance of climate change’s harsh realities. The Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology has an incredible archive of articles on religion and climate change from 2009 to the present.


In recent years, a prominent narrative has positioned religiosity as antithetical to environmentalism and climate denialism has flourished in right-wing, white Christian communities. It has been effective -- according to a report in 2022, only 32% of white evangelical Protestants agree that the US is warming due to human activity compared with 66% of religiously unaffiliated adults. Politically prominent and powerful Christian interest groups, such as Focus on the Family and Family Research Council, have launched campaigns denouncing environmental movements. Despite the rhetoric from these groups, some researchers have argued that, it is the confluence of these religious movements with conservative American politics, which has determined their stance on climate change. In other words, for these folks, their political identity has affected their religious convictions as a driver of their environmental convictions. Indeed, there is support in some surveys for that opinion: for example, early in 2023, another Pew poll surveyed Catholics only to discover that 82% of Catholic Democrats take climate change extremely seriously whereas only 25% of Republican Catholics feel the same way. Another, in 2022, explored the conflict Christians feel as they try to sort out their sense of responsibility for the Earth with their skepticism about climate change.


Many people of Christian faiths have pushed back on the toxic narrative of denialism. Certainly recent popes have. In 2011, Pope Benedict XVI spoke strongly urging international climate action. In 2020, Pope Francis, gave a TED talk  on the moral imperative to act on climate change. Support for his call to action has been lukewarm at best. As the leader of 1.4 billion Catholics globally with one in four people in the U.S. identifying as Catholic, Pope Francis has recently pondered why getting people to care is so harder that he thought.


In this country, perhaps our most profound spokesperson to successfully marry faith with a deep understanding of climate change is Dr. Katharine Hayhoe. She is an evangelical Christian and leading climate scientist who has garnered substantial attention for her ability to bridge the political divide, clearly explaining the way that her faith has driven her work. Climate change, she argues, is a blatantly Christian cause because of the ways it will disproportionately affect the poor and cause the extinction of so many of God’s creatures.


Aligning faith with environmental stewardship is key for many in driving environmental action. The International Islamic Climate Change Symposium drafted an Islamic Declaration on Climate Change in 2015. The declaration makes clear the threat climate change poses to one of Islam’s pillars: the Hajj. A group of Jewish leaders published a Rabbinic Statement on the Climate Crisis in January 2020. In fact, statements on climate change have been released from a multitude of international and interfaith communities, including Baha’i, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism. In early 2021, The Mind and Life Institute moderated a fascinating conversation between the Dalai Lama, Greta Thunberg and leading scientists.


For many indigenous communities, faith is a thread which runs through a resilient history and a pathway toward a sustainable future. The legacy of colonialism is vivid both in modern dynamics of faith and within the dynamics of the climate crisis. The struggle of Native communities to resist the Dakota Access Pipeline, is just one explicit example of this intersection. The rallying cry ‘Defend the Sacred’ was prominent in resistance to the pipeline and summarized a key legal argument that the pipeline violated the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s right to religious freedom. The integrity of Lake Oahe and surrounding areas, a site sacred to the tribes, would have been gravely threatened by the pipeline. Respect of indigenous spirituality and epistemologies, long subjected to colonialist erasure, is a key to combatting climate change and pursuing climate justice.   As of May 3, 2021, the Army Corps of Engineers announced it would keep the pipeline operational while preparing a court-ordered environmental impact study. It has, as of 6/1/2023, not yet been released. In the meantime, Harvard U reports that the pipeline still lacks a key permit from the Corps to cross under Lake Oahe in south Dakota.

The idea that religion and climate science are inherently opposing forces is myopic and harmful. On the contrary, faith is unquestionably sustaining and sustainable.

This section explores all the ways in which faith intersects with global warming.

The Pew Research Center is a valuable place to visit to follow the changing positions Americans take when it comes to climate change. A recent 2022 survey concluded that 8% of Americans are both highly religious and very concerned about climate change.

Don Cheadle Talks with Katharine Hayhoe: Faith & Climate Change


There’s a link between climate crisis and Christian nationalism, McLaren says

By Jeff Brumley 05/21/24
Americans must connect the dots between the earth’s climate crisis and the resurgence of Christian nationalism and white supremacy, according to activist and theologian Brian McLaren. But they must do so without falling into defeatism…
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Governor says faith leaders have ‘powerful’ role in climate action

By Justin McLellan 05/15/24
Faith leaders must collaborate with public and private partners to set an example on combating climate change for the communities they serve, Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey said while standing in the Vatican Gardens.
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Investor Nuns’ Shareholder Resolutions Aim to Stop Wall Street Financing of Fossil Fuel Development on Indigenous Lands

By Keerti Gopal 05/06/24
Sister Susan Francois didn’t expect to get emotional discussing her congregation’s shareholder resolution at Citibank last week, but as she spoke to a room full of supporters about the role of the Catholic Church in…
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Pope Francis uses first ever US TV interview to slam climate change deniers as ‘fools’ and insists ‘climate change exists’

By Stephen M. Lepore 04/25/24
Pope Francis spoke out against climate change deniers, calling them 'fools' in his first ever interview on American television.
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A world of plastic: A Chicago pastor’s Earth Day message

By Joseph Chamblain 04/18/24
About 20 years ago, Bob Greene, then a columnist for the Chicago Tribune, wrote a little book called Once Upon a Town. It was about a canteen that the citizens of North Platte, Nebraska, operated…
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Union for Reform Judaism pledges to divest millions from fossil fuel industry

By Asaf Elia-Shalev 04/11/24
The organization representing the largest American Jewish denomination is pledging to divest from the fossil fuel industry as a response to the climate crisis.
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Beyond Greening: Jewish Responses to Climate Emergency

By Lawrence Macdonald 04/01/24
For many American Jews, it’s hard to make space for thinking about climate change in the wake of October 7 and amid the war in Israel and Gaza. Already before Hamas’s October 7 attack, American…
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Catholic, Christian groups share faith-driven plan for ‘climate adaptation’ with Congress

Catholic and Christian groups joined together March 20 to discuss a faith-driven approach to solving problems associated with climate change in a panel discussion on Capitol Hill.
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Arizona bishop thanks Pope Francis for calling out US impacts on climate change

By Brian Roewe 03/20/24
The Catholic bishop of Tucson, Arizona, thanked Pope Francis for calling out "irresponsible" lifestyles in the United States that have contributed to climate change. Bishop Edward Weisenburger made the comments March 18 during an event…
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‘You are not alone’: In community, young people find antidotes to climate anxiety

By Heidi Schlumpf 03/06/24
Mary Rittle says she experiences climate anxiety every single day. It may be a 55-degree January day in Chicago, when she notices that birds that should have migrated are still around. Or it could be…
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We Cannot Fast from Clean Air

By Huda Alkaff 03/01/24
During Ramadan, Muslims ideally sacrifice some of their own comfort while focusing on compassion, mercy and charitable giving to the hungry, thirsty, poor and disadvantaged. However, while one can fast from food and water for…
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Interfaith student leaders promote climate care in North Carolina places of worship

By Hannah Vinueza McClellan 02/26/24
C.E. Jordan High School junior Aven Schwartz can’t remember a time that she didn’t care about the environment. Her mom works as Durham County’s sustainability manager, so she grew up learning about the climate and…
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Do the Math: Divesting from Fossil Fuels

By Sharon Delgado   02/19/24  
Way back in 2012, just when the fossil fuel divestment movement was getting started, United Methodist and climate leader Bill McKibben popularized a simple mathematical formula that calculates what might make it possible to move…
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Creation Care Commuting Builds Community and Reduces Carbon

By Laura Pauls   02/15/24  
What if I told you that your congregation can simultaneously (1) reduce your transportation emissions and (2) build a culture of joyful climate action on Sunday mornings? At East Chestnut Street Mennonite Church (ECSMC) in…
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Faith leaders call new EPA soot limit a win for vulnerable communities

By Brian Roewe   02/09/24  
The first update to national air quality standards in a decade represents an important step for public health and environmental justice, one that will save thousands of lives each year, said Catholic and religious leaders…
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How can churches help build community for the climate movement?

By Dana R. Fisher   02/08/24  
Much has been made of the efforts by climate activists on TikTok. But in order to succeed, the climate movement will have to build community, not only through social media, but through existing community-based institutions…
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Georgia faith communities organize to combat climate change through local action

By Marisa Mecke   02/05/24  
For Georgians of faith looking to impact climate issues, groups are popping up around the state in congregations of all faiths. Community members of faith organizations across Georgia met at Oak Grove Methodist Church in…
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‘It only makes sense’: Houses of worship adding solar arrays

By Izzy Ross   01/29/24  
On a Sunday morning in Charlevoix, people gather in the small, one-room building of the Greensky Hill Indian United Methodist Church. They sing hymns in English and Anishinaabemowin. At the pulpit, Pastor Jonathan Mays is…
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In first for US church, San Diego Diocese divests from fossil fuels

By Brian Rowe   01/12/24  
The San Diego Diocese has divested its financial holdings from the fossil fuel industry, the first Catholic diocese in the United States to make public such an economic move in response to Pope Francis' repeated…
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Chicago Archdiocese to power parishes, schools with 100% renewable energy

By Brian Roewe   12/21/23  
The power of the wind will soon fully power the Catholic Church in the Windy City. The Chicago Archdiocese announced Dec. 17 that beginning in January its nearly 400 parishes, schools, cemeteries and offices will…
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COP28: ‘My religion inspires me to protect the environment’

By Tania Sangha   12/04/23  
Many would agree that everyone has a responsibility to help limit future damage to the environment, but some people see it as more than that.
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Faith-based Engagement at COP28

Faith-based organizations (FBOs) and religious leaders are an important presence at the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties demonstrating that religious and spiritual communities are essential to the fight against climate…
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Pope Francis Couldn’t Travel to the U.N. Climate Summit, but His Voice Did

By Jason Horowitz and Elisabetta Povoledo   12/02/23  
Pope Francis, who reluctantly canceled his trip to the annual United Nations climate summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, because of a lung infection, sought on Saturday to lend his voice to the world’s destitute…
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No Inside, No Outside

By John Harvey Negru   12/01/23  
Not too long ago, Pure Land Buddhist scholar Jeff Wilson suggested I would do well to profile the work of Kira Jade Cooper, an environmental scientist at the University of Waterloo who has developed an…
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US bishops on COP28: Decarbonization is ‘preeminent environmental challenge’

By Brian Rowe   11/30/23  
The U.S. bishops added their voice to calls for the United Nations climate summit to usher in a decisive and accelerated transition away from fossil fuels toward clean energy, describing decarbonization of global economies as…
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By Maylin Tu   11/30/23  
“The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof,” declares Reverend Frank Jackson, Jr. on Google Meet with a spark in his eye, quoting the Psalms. An ordained minister, he is president of the auxiliary…
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‘The biggest NGO in the world’: What role can religious leaders and faith groups play at COP28?

By Lottie Limb   11/29/23  
In June 2015, months before world leaders met in Paris to agree on the strongest terms yet to tackle climate change, the Pope wrote a letter. Laudato Si (Praise Be To You), subtitled ‘on care…
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Faith Pavilion: Religions have a new scenario at the COP 28 climate conference

By Joel Forster   11/29/23  
For the first time, a Conference of the Parties (COP) on climate change will have a Faith Pavilion where representatives of religions will explain what their beliefs have to say about planet care.
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Even the Vatican is going all-electric after VW scores deal to replace entire fleet with EVs

By Peter Johnson   11/15/23  
The Vatican City State, home to the Pope, will replace its entire fleet of vehicles with EVs by 2030. Volkswagen will deliver fully electric cars, including the ID.3 and ID.4, to the Vatican State to…
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Adamah Detroit Summit: Climate Action with Jewish Values

By Ashley Zlatopolsky   11/09/23  
Jewish environmental organization Adamah Detroit will host the Adamah Detroit Community Summit from 2-5 p.m. at the DNR Outdoor Adventure Center in Detroit.
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The pope leads 1.4 billion Catholics. Getting them to care about the climate is harder than he thought.

By Whitney Bauck   10/23/23  
If there’s one person in the Catholic Church who ought to have the ability to influence climate action on a global scale, it’s the pope. And yet as Laudate Deum, his most recent exhortation on…
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Q&A: The Pope’s New Document on Climate Change Is a ‘Throwdown’ Call for Action

By Paloma Beltran   10/21/23  
PALOMA BELTRAN: In June 2015, Pope Francis published a groundbreaking document that made a theological case for climate action called Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home. That fall, in a rare moment of…
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With his latest missive, he has moved from grief and exhortation to a more strident position

By David Wallace-Wells   10/11/23  
In 2015, Pope Francis came out as an environmentalist, with his landmark encyclical Laudato Si, later called by Bill McKibben “the most important document yet of this millennium” and by Pankaj Mishra “arguably the most…
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By Pope Francis   10/09/23  
1. “Praise God for all his creatures”. This was the message that Saint Francis of Assisi proclaimed by his life, his canticles and all his actions. In this way, he accepted the invitation of the…
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Pope Francis: ‘Irresponsible’ Western Lifestyles Push the World to ‘the Breaking Point’ on Climate

By James Bruggers   10/05/23  
Taking aim at the United States and an “irresponsible lifestyle” with some of the world’s highest carbon emissions per capita, Pope Francis on Wednesday doubled down on his earlier call for urgent action to tackle…
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Pope Francis scolds U.S., ‘irresponsible’ Western lifestyle in climate plea

By Anthony Faiola and Chico Harlan   10/04/23  
Warning that “the world in which we live is collapsing and may be nearing the breaking point,” Pope Francis issued a renewed call for climate action Wednesday, singling out the United States for “irresponsible” Western…
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The pope is concerned about climate change. How do U.S. Catholics feel about it?

By Jeff Diamant   09/28/23  
Pope Francis has frequently spoken about climate change during his decade-long leadership of the Roman Catholic Church. In 2015, he devoted an entire encyclical to the matter, citing scientific consensus that the Earth is warming…
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Pope Francis and Bill Clinton set discussion on climate change at Clinton Global Initiative

By Glenn Gamboa   09/14/23  
Pope Francis will discuss how to address the world's pressing issues with former President Bill Clinton to open this year's Clinton Global Initiative, organizers announced Thursday.
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How a South Carolina faith leader and a California congressman are fighting for environmental justice

By Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) and Rev. Leo Woodberry   08/31/23  
From California to South Carolina, and across the globe, we are all bearing witness to the catastrophic impacts of the climate crisis. Unprecedented fires, devastating hurricanes, polluted air, debilitating droughts, and rising sea levels paint…
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Young Evangelical Activists Face A Key Climate Barrier: Their Elders

By Bekah MCNeel   08/23/23  
In the year 2050, when today’s 3-year-olds will be 30-year-olds, climate scientists expect the height of the slowly unfolding climate disaster to have arrived. The specifics vary slightly, but most experts warn that some regions…
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Editorial: Climate action requires interfaith collaboration

By NCR Editorial Staff   08/23/23  
As morning storm clouds cleared over Lake Michigan Aug. 17, leaders from more than a dozen Christian faith traditions gathered by the shore to sign an ecumenical declaration on care for creation. The event was…
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Guest column: I’m an evangelical Christian who believes Louisiana should do more on methane

By Jeannette Thompson   08/22/23  
I go outside these days and immediately feel the sweltering heat. This summer has already shattered heat records across Louisiana. Baton Rouge had its hottest June on record. New Orleans’ June was its third hottest…
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Clinton Global Initiative will return to New York with Jose Andres, Orlando Bloom, and Matt Damon

By Glenn Gamboa   08/21/23  
The Clinton Global Initiative 2023 will convene “leaders, innovators and dreamers” – ranging from World Bank President Ajay Banga and The Bahamas’ Prime Minister Philip E. Davis to Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky, World Central Kitchen…
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Air pollution, heatwaves and wildfires: Jessica Moerman offers a faith-based response to the climate crisis

By Katharine Hayhoe   08/21/23  
The other week, a wildfire burned through the historic town of Lahaina with devastating speed as residents fled to the ocean for safety. To date, it’s responsible for the deaths of over 110 people, making…
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Fact Check-False Pope Francis quote about euthanizing to fight climate change

By Reuters Fact Check   08/04/23  
Pope Francis did not say that people with disabilities and alcoholism should be euthanized to fight climate change, contrary to posts shared online. The claim originated on a website fact-checked by Reuters several times in…
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Billions of federal dollars available for churches and nonprofits to go green

By Thomas Reese   07/26/23  
Billions of dollars in tax credits and grants are available from the U.S. government for churches and other nonprofits to help them become more energy efficient. The money comes primarily from the 2022 Inflation Reduction…
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Climate hero Mirele Goldsmith is making a difference on Capitol Hill

By Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi   07/25/23  
Climate hero Mirele B. Goldsmith, PhD is an environmental psychologist, educator, and activist. An expert in how to change human behavior to solve environmental problems and build a sustainable future, Dr. Goldsmith is the founder…
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How Buddhists Can Embrace the Degrowth Movement

By Justin Whitaker   07/07/23  
This week, on 3 July to be exact, scientists estimate that the Earth had its hottest day in recorded history. Then 4 July was hotter. And 5 July was hotter still. As the ocean temperature…
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A Future We Can Love: Susan Bauer-Wu Offers a Buddhist Perspective on the Climate Crisis

By Nachaya Campbell-Allen   06/23/23  
The Mind and Life Institute organized a live-streamed meeting and discussion between His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the environmental activist Greta Thunberg on 10 January 2021, along with leading climate scientists Susan Natali and…
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At Catholic climate conference, Paris Agreement architect challenges US church to commit to net-zero emissions

By Brian Roewe   06/16/23  
Kicking off a conference aiming to ramp up action by the U.S. Catholic Church in response to Pope Francis' landmark encyclical on ecology, Christiana Figueres, the United Nations official who brokered the Paris Agreement, proposed…
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The Sacred Earth: Jewish Perspectives on Our Planet

What are the spiritual and practical resources that Jews bring to the urgent movement to heal Earth and ourselves? The Sacred Earth: Jewish Perspectives on our Planet, includes over 40 essays, rituals, and poems that…
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Spirituality, global warming, and grief: How clergy can help tackle climate anxiety

By Rebecca Randall   06/09/23  
Rabbi Dean Shapiro recalls considering the future as he looked down at a baby’s head while giving her a Hebrew name and welcoming her into the covenant of Israel. She was born into a megadrought…
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One pastor’s mission to prepare his community for climate change

By YCC Team   05/29/23  
Rev. Gerald Godette is a pastor and scientist. So he’s in a unique position to talk to people of faith about sea level rise, extreme weather, and other climate change impacts.
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Muslims around the world consider climate during Ramadan

By Edna Tarigan And Mariam Fam   04/17/23  
In the heart of Jakarta, the grand Istiqlal Mosque was built with a vision for it to stand for a thousand years. The mosque was conceived by Soekarno, Indonesia’s founding father, and was designed as…
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Calls for a ‘green’ Ramadan revive Islam’s long tradition of sustainability and care for the planet

By Noorzehra Zaidi   03/27/23  
The communal experience of iftars – the after-sunset meal that brings people of the faith together during the holy month starting on March 22, 2023 – often necessitates the use of utensils designed for mass…
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How 10 years of Pope Francis has changed climate action

By Aryn Baker   03/15/23  
It was clear from day one that Pope Francis was going to shake things up in the climate world. On March 13, 2013, the newly elected Pope, then Argentinian cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, took the…
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The Wizards of Climate Change: How Can Technology Serve Hope and Justice?

By RNS Press Release Distribution Service   03/08/23  
The Institute of Religion in an Age of Science (IRAS) invites you to attend our 2023 summer conference, The Wizards of Climate Change: How Can Technology Serve Hope and Justice? Technological wizardry has been pitched…
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A Glimpse at Earth-Loving Faith Initiatives

By Arthur Hirsch   03/06/23  
“What we have to bring is a sense of morally based defiance,” says Harper, an Episcopal priest. “Destroying the planet is against our religions. Religious communities are uniquely positioned to do this, to bring the…
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Don’t overlook the faith in climate action

By Simran Jeet Singh   03/03/23  
In the midst of this unseasonably warm winter, I found myself repeating an easy joke during small talk before meetings. “Summer in February feels amazing — so long as you don’t think about why.”
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The Christian case for fighting climate change is being tested in Eastern Oregon

By Antonio Sierra   02/25/23  
Like many Christian stories, the origin of Climate Vigil began with an awakening. Peter Fargo, who founded the group, traces the idea back to the birth of his son in 2019. “There was something about…
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Could churches be prime locations for EV charging stations? One company thinks so.

By Amethyst Holmes   02/23/23  
As more drivers make the decision to switch from gas-powered cars to electric vehicles, places to power them remain few and far between in large parts of the country. And with the Inflation Reduction Act…
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Christian climate activist challenges church to take action

By Kathryn Post   02/17/23  
When Kyle Meyaard-Schaap was 17, his brother came home from a semester abroad and announced the unthinkable: He was a vegetarian.
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