Every Friday, Blessed Tomorrow releases the top faith and climate stories from the previous week. This roundup highlights achievements in climate solutions and effective climate communications from and for people of faith. We feature helpful tips and strategies for you to implement in your faith community and stories to inspire everyone.
Everything that humans need to survive on this planet is already here. But certain natural resources are safer for the Earth. During Energy Week at the White House - Blessed Tomorrow is challenging faith leaders to encourage governments to use renewable energy.
At this year’s Climate Day LA, Blessed Tomorrow leader, Jackie Dupont-Walker sat on a panel of six multi-sector leaders. This article recounts Walker’s powerful statements about inclusiveness and partnership for climate solutions.
In a recent press briefing, Energy Secretary Rick Perry reiterated his stance on climate change and made an invitation to Democrats, Republicans and non-partisan climate experts to have a conversation about climate change,
Co-host of Climate Day LA, Climate Resolve has compiled a Storify version of the social media posts during the event. Did your tweet make the list? Check it out here.
The principles of Judaism inspire its followers to do many charitable and humble acts. It also inspires the care for God’s creation. In this podcast - Rabbi Allen explains how faith drives the leaders and participants of the Jewish Climate Action Network.
Sarah Marcias is an eco-theologian and climate activist. When interviewed by Jeff Brumley, she explains what is needed from the Baptist Christian community in the area of creation care.
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