Shortsighted efforts by self-appointed conservative watchdogs are endangering faith-based social-justice programs.
Sally Steenland speaks with the Rev. Canon Sally Bingham and Katharine Hayhoe on their work on the environment and climate change.
The devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy was a wake-up call that has forced many to shake off complacency and refocus on climate change.
When taken as a moral issue, efforts to combat climate change find supporters across the religious spectrum.
Religious leaders take a stand against the severity of health issues and ecological damage associated with fracking, writes Catherine Woodiwiss.
Catherine Woodiwiss reports on how faith groups worldwide are cutting their carbon consumption to highlight the injustice of climate change.
This week Jewish leaders across denominations signed a pledge with bold environmental goals, saying it is “a religious and moral imperative,” writes Catherine Woodiwiss.
Sally Steenland speaks with Joelle Novey, executive director of Greater Washington Interfaith Power and Light, about her work at the intersection of faith and environmentalism.
Catherine Woodiwiss showcases the many different Christian religious organizations speaking out at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in South Africa.
Catherine Woodiwiss reports on how faith groups around the country banded together to condemn a tar sands pipeline from Canada.
Communities of faith are taking steps to protect the earth.
Marta Cook explains that a Center for American Progress Action Fund campaign provides an opportunity for faith communities to expand their environmental advocacy at the federal level.
Houses of worship are saving big with new tools to reduce their energy use, writes Marta Cook.
Marta Cook applauds the Catholic Church for the forthright decision by its Academy of Sciences to address the moral dimensions of global warming.
Manageable debt won’t do us much good if our planet isn’t livable in the future, writes Bishop Gene Robinson.