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The pulpit is the epicenter of American support and leadership. What better way to spread climate awareness than by giving a creation care sermon? Read more.
The United Church of Christ is “declaring a new moral era.” This is an era in which climate change is no longer being ignored and believers are carrying out their “moral obligation to protect God’s creation.”
Public lands are meant to be shared with all Americans, but a recent executive order could change that. Here is Rabbi Gutow’s response.
Climate change affects people all around the world. In the Caribbean - the impacts of climate change are clear and one activist calls for U.S. funding to help improve conditions.
At this year's G20 Summit, Trump will sit with the leaders of countries who have made climate policy a top priority. Many of them are still pledged to the Paris Accord and will expect President Trump to finally outline his plans for dealing with climate change in America.
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