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This week in faith and climate news...
- Sojourners explained why some Christians have trouble with creation care and how we can fix it.
- 199 solar panels installed at St. John’s Lutheran Church!
- How April became the month of climate solutions thanks to faith leader.
- Indiana solar is in jeopardy. Here's why that matters for churches.
- Tending the Heart: The Art of Living with God's Creation is open for enrollment.
- How Trump galvanized the "religious left" in climate leadership.
- Green your faith facilities Spring cleaning with Blessed Earth.
- Rabbi Joel Simonds and Jackie Dupont will be at this year's Climate Day LA
- Why Washington National Cathedral went dark for one hour over the weekend.
- Rev. Jim Antal of United Church of Christ is calling on people of faith to join the People's Climate March.
- Catholic advocates won't let the Clean Power Plan go without a fight.
- ecoAmerica's Mental Health and Our Changing Climate: Impacts, Implications, and Guidance report is now available!
- Father James Martin SJ highlights 3 key points to explain why climate change is a moral issue.
- A Franciscan friar is helping Americans see climate change as a moral issue. The catch is that he died 800 years ago
- The Vatican and Cardinal Turkson urge Trump to reconsider his climate denial.
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