Forward on Climate Rally: Preach-in Grows from Sea... →
forwardonclimate: Introduction by Nathan Empsall, Sierra Club While seeking the divine, virtually every major world faith has been led to the belief that we are called to take care of one another. Part of that means taking of care of creation - the air, the water, and the mountaintops, as well as our brothers and…
A low-carbon Lent
Looking for a Lenten calendar to help you do a “carbon fast” this year? Here’s a good one from the Archdiocese of Washington. Get more resources on our website.
Is your congregation cool?
What has your faith community done for the Earth lately - say, in the past 12 months? Whether you put in solar panels, cut your water use, or helped congregants go green, enter the Cool Congregations Challenge and get some credit for your good work! Thursday, October 18, is the deadline … so act now.
God is more pleased by one work, however small, done secretly, without desire...– St. John of the Cross (via tenthousandangels)
ncipl: NCIPL monthly is out! Read this issue to hear about solar panels on 1st Congregational UCC Asheville, new green energy incentives for congregations and more!
Green Muslim superheroes? We know some! →
Religion News Service writes: “Green was the favorite color of Islam’s founder Prophet Muhammad, so it seems fitting that the world’s latest Muslim superhero has joined the small but diverse circle of superheroes who’ve worn the Green Lantern ring.” Well, we know some green Muslim superheroes, too.
Don't Worry, Drive On →
This video describes in less than three minutes why we may still have oil, but the Earth and the economy can’t afford it. It’s great. Share it with everyone.
An olive agenda →
In this post at Sojo.net, the author describes a “green agenda” of sustaining the Earth and a “brown agenda” of economic opportunity, especially for people who now lack it. Can people of faith combine these two and help bring about “an olive agenda” to heal the world?
Maybe we did start the fires .... →
Is global warming behind the massive fires in the American Southwest? There’s compelling evidence - as this article attests - even if it is not the direct cause, as this author reminds us.