Every Friday, we release our favorite faith and climate stories from the week. We highlight achievements in climate solutions and effective climate communicating to people of faith. We feature helpful tips and strategies for you to implement in your faith community and stories to inspire everyone.

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This week in faith and climate news…

Blessed Tomorrow's discovered why faith leaders are joining scientists to model inequality in climate communications. 

Diana Butler Bass, religious scholar and author, visited the No Place Like Home Podcast to explain how politics have shaped the climate debate and culture. 

Court of Appeals scheduled to hear arguments on nonprofits selling solar energy to churches. 

Archbishop says that taking care of God's creation is a moral and spiritual duty. 

Guilt over enjoying warm winters. An unforeseen consequence of climate change.

Interfaith Power and Light's Cool Congregation winners were announced. 

Rep. Donald McEachin: A broader coalition will require "preaching environmental justice issues from the pulpit." 

As a person of faith and a scientist, Daniel Weber is compelled to act on climate change. 

Methodist Theological School in Ohio installed a geothermal well, grew a farm, and built a solar array for the 'least of these'.  

Blessed Tomorrow leader & Religious Action Center Director, Rabbi Jonah Pesner appointed to NAACP board.

Wayland Baptist University's "primary focus in sustainability efforts on campus is an emphasis on Creation Care." 

Pope Francis says indigenous peoples exemplify “how cohabitation with creation can be respectful, fruitful and merciful” 

Here's why climate leaders are kicking meat for the Lenten season. 

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