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While the fate of America’s stance on climate change still hangs in the balance, leaders from over 20 interfaith organizations have united to motivate President Trump to preserve American support for the Paris Agreement...

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Did you know that 4 in 10 people still live in communities with poor air quality, severe enough to cause disease and death? Faith communities are taking action and starting the conversation to hold the government accountable.

People of faith were front and center at the Peoples Climate March on April 29. Read about that and more in this week’s roundup.

With the Peoples Climate March just days away, this sermon from Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas offers a timely message about moving beyond interia and towards action. 

Time Magazine called it “the climate change problem no one talks about” in their coverage of ecoAmerica’s new report. Here’s how faith leaders and medical professionals are teaming up to tackle this overlooked climate impact.

You’ve trained all year and prepared for one of the biggest ecumenical holidays. Now is the time for faith leaders to climate capitalize on an audience of 130 million people.

UCC's Rev. Jim Antal

The Vatican got real with President Trump as faith leaders geared up for the busiest two weeks in climate leadership. Here's what happened in faith and climate news and what to watch out for in the coming weeks. 

Climate solutions are proven to garner a more positive response than highlighting impacts in climate communications. Here’s how our reading of Moses can help climate leaders achieve this goal.

 

Every Friday, Blessed Tomorrow releases the top faith and climate stories from the previous week. We highlight achievements in climate solutions and effective climate communications from to people of faith.

Faith leaders are ensuring that this year’s People’s Climate March is bigger than ever, but that’s only the beginning. Find out why faith leaders are turning April into a month of climate advocacy.