Articles on Religion and Climate Change

The following is a selection of news articles on
religion and climate change from 2009 to the present.

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‘The Indigenous future is today’: Brazil’s Free Land Camp
By Pê Magalhães
Landscape News
May 29, 2023
Canadian Christians Launch Collective for Climate Action
By Adam Macinnis
Christianity Today
May 26, 2023
How protests that double as trainings are growing this fossil fuel divestment campaign
By Ray Bailey
Nation of Change
May 26, 2023
Sisters in Dialogue urge action to protect biodiversity and the environment
By Sister Maamlifar Poreku, MSOLA
Vatican News
May 23, 2023
‘We Need a Plan’: A Young Chief Helps His Tribe Navigate the Climate Crisis
By Zoe Dutton
Who What Why
May 23, 2023
Buddhist network’s environment representative says interfaith work is essential
World Council of Churches
May 17, 2023
New Indonesia climate fund backs Indigenous forest guardians
The Star
May 13, 2023

Jewish, Black climate activist fights for ‘intersectional climate justice’
By Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman
Jerusalem Post
May 6, 2023

Ecological Principles and the Climate Crisis in Buddhism
By Basu Gautam
My Republica
May 4, 2023

Jewish institutions awaken to climate crisis, with hundreds pledging action
By Asaf Elia-Shalev
Jerusalem Post
May 4, 2023

Funding the Earth’s keepers: The need for Indigenous climate philanthropy
By Chase DiBenedetto
May 4, 2023

Villanova’s Catholic Values Warrant Environmental Progress
By Majo James
The Villanovan
May 3, 2023

Christian climate protestors proclaim no faith in fossil fuels
United Reformed Church
May 2, 2023

The new generation’s task is simply to save our planet
By Rabbi Michael Cohen
April 30, 2023
How religious groups are fighting climate change, and one man who is helping direct their substantial assets into beneficial projects
By Kylie Knott
South China Morning Post
April 29, 2023 

‘Everything is connected’: How sisters are responding to the climate crisis
By The Life Panelists
Global Sisters Report
April 24, 2023
Jewish environmental organizations help Jews cope with ‘climate anxiety’
By Ruben Brosbe
eJewish Philanthropy
April 21, 2023
Three Practices to Combat Climate Grief
By Michael Kearney, Joanna Macy, Radhule Weininger, BJ Miller, and Balfour Mount
April 20, 2023

Indigenous People’s Knowledge, Insight Needed to Address Global Climate Crisis, Speakers Stress, as Permanent Forum Opens Session
United Nations
April 17, 2023

Muslims around the world consider climate during Ramadan
By Edna Tarigan and Mariam Fam
Washington Post
April 16, 2023
Passover in the shadow of the climate crisis
By Yosef Israel Abramowitz
Jerusalem Post
April 11, 2023

A Ramadan reflection on Islam and climate action
By Memona Hossain
April 11, 2023

A Composer’s Prayers for the Earth, and Humanity, in the Age of Climate Change
By Kiley Bense
Inside Climate News
April 8, 2023

The Climate Crisis is a Spiritual Crisis
By Anna K. Del Castillo and Maya Pace
The Harvard Crimson
April 6, 2023

How Buddhism can inform climate activism: a conversation with Kritee Kanko
By Nikayla Jefferson
Yale Climate Connections
March 29, 2023

I Am Haunted by What I Have Seen at Great Salt Lake
By Terry Tempest Williams
Photographs by Fazal Sheikh
New York Times
March 25, 2023

Fordham Theology Department Unveils New Fund To Aid Climate Change Efforts
By Stevie Fusco
Fordham Observer
March 23, 2023

Faith as a Pathway to Climate Action
By Anmol Irfan
Non-profit Quarterly
March 16, 2023
The priest risking jail to protest climate inaction
By Jessica Abrahams
March 1, 2023

Thunberg, Norwegian Sami Activists Demand Removal of Wind Turbines From Indigenous Lands
By Julia Conley
Common Dreams
February 27, 2023

The deadly costs for Mexico’s Indigenous communities fighting climate change
By Rafael E. Lozano and Anjan Sundaram
Los Angeles Times
February 26, 2023

The Christian case for fighting climate change is being tested in Eastern Oregon
By Antonio Sierra
February 25, 2023

On the Frontlines in a ‘Cancer Alley,’ Black Women Inspired by Faith Are Powering the Environmental Justice Movement
By James Bruggers
Inside Climate News
February 20, 2023

10 Principles for Environmental Preaching: How to Craft Eco-Sermons
By Leah D. Schade
February 19, 2023

An Indigenous perspective on climate change: Shoshone Nation leader shares insights at Colorado Mountain College
By Carolyn Paletta
Vail Daily
February 18, 2023

Christian climate activist challenges church to take action
By Kathryn Post
Religion News Service
February 17, 2023

Climate Action Collaborative: Indigenous peoples and traditional ecological knowledge
By Gina McCrackin
Vail Daily
February 15, 2023 

What tools do Jewish institutions have to fight climate change?
By Rabbi Jennie Rosenn
Jerusalem Post
February 4, 2023

Yale Institute of Sacred Music launches multi-disciplinary ecology and arts initiative
By Hanwen Zhang
Yale News
February 3, 2023
Interfaith Conference Engages Young Faith Leaders on Climate Change
By Rebekah Ramlow
Duke Divinity School
January 2023

Eco-anxious? Here’s how Judaism can help us face the climate crisis
By Rabbi Laura Bellows
J. The Jewish News of Northern California
January 27, 2023
Rekindling the Practice of Cultural Burning: An Act of Climate Hope
By Tara Lohan
The Revelator
January 23, 2023  

How Indigenous Peoples are leading the way on global biodiversity protection
By Ben Powless
Canadian Geographic
January 16, 2023

The challenge of 2023: Upholding faith, social action, and global advocacy on ecological justice
January 4, 2023

Can the World’s Religions Help Save Us from Ecological Peril?
By Paul Hond
Columbia Magazine
Winter 2022-23

The first green pope: How Benedict’s eco-theology paved the way for Francis
By Brian Roewe
January 4, 2023

Pew Survey Reveals the More Religious Americans are the Less Worried They Feel about Climate Change
Milwaukee Independent
December 25, 2022

Jewish institutions should divest billions in fossil fuels, new report says
By Adam Kovac
December 15, 2022

Celebrating Climate Victories
Christian Climate Action
December 14, 2022

Climate change and Christianity: Some Chattanooga area believers find small acts of stewardship are a start
By Andrew Schwartz
Chattanooga Times Free Press
December 11, 2022

The Loka Initiative: What climate scientists can learn from religion
By Scott McInerney ·
The Badger Herald
December 9, 2022

Shmita-scale learning: A seven-year reflection from Jewish environmental leaders
By Jakir Manela, Rabbi Zelig Golden, and Adam Weisberg
eJewish Philanthropy
December 7, 2022

Multifaith community mobilizes to preserve creation ahead of COP15 biodiversity summit
By Brian Roewe
December 6, 2022  

Climate Change Experts Are Taking Lessons From Indigenous Knowledge
By Marcel Honore
Civil Beat
November 30, 2022

Environmental Justice and the Religious Imagination
By Tyler Mark Nelson
Yale Reflections
Fall 2022

African Church Leaders Advocates for Climate Justice during COP27 Conference
By John Villar
Christianity Daily
November 18, 2022

Religious Leaders Gather During COP27 to Call for a United Climate Change Response
By Dipen Barua
Buddhistdoor Global
November 18, 2022

Post-R20 Climate Action: What Can We Learn from Indonesian Muslim Environmentalism?
By Aninda Dewayanti
November 18, 2022

No longer just an observer, Vatican looks to wield new status in UN climate talks
By Brian Roewe
November 17, 2022

To Fight Climate Change, Canada Turns to Indigenous People to Save Its Forests
By Norimitsu Onishi
New York Times
November 16, 2022

Young Jews of Boston Take a Stand for the Environment
By Max Klau
Jewish Boston
November 7, 2022

Environment Bishop calls for urgent action at COP27 climate summit
Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales
November 7, 2022

Climate change begs for interfaith action in Asia
By Ben Joseph
UCA News
November 4, 2022

Sisters advocating for environment on behalf of the ignored and excluded
By Sr Bernadette M. Reis, fsp
Vatican News
November 3, 2022  

Native Guardians: Canada’s First Nations Move to Protect Their Lands
By Ed Struzik
Yale Environment 360
November 3, 2022

First Eco-Friendly Fatwa Declares All Activities That Harm Climate Prohibited (Haram)
By Warda Shahid
The Islam Information
October 26, 2022

‘Our Lives Are At Stake’: Protesters from Louisiana’s Cancer Alley March to the White House
By Kayla Benjamin
Washington Informer
October 26, 2022 

Bill McKibben urges climate alliance of young and old at Jesuit justice gathering
By Brian Roewe
October 25, 2022

Catholic voices to be ‘strong and organized’ at UN climate conference
By Ngala Killian Chimtom
October 20, 2022

Buddhist Voices in the Climate Crisis: Earth Words and Watershed Activism
By Robertson Work
Buddhistdoor Global
October 18, 2022
How To Celebrate Indigenous People’s Day At This Moment Of Climate Crisis
By Carolyn Fortuna
Clean Technica
October 11, 2022

Solving the climate crisis requires traditional ecological knowledge
By Jeanine Pfeiffer
Nation of Change
October 7, 2022

Solving the Climate Crisis Requires Traditional Ecological Knowledge
By Jeanine Pfeiffer
YES! Magazine
October 6, 2022

Climate change documentary features Pope Francis
By Hannah Brockhaus
Catholic News Agency
October 4, 2022

Christian climate protesters derail major oil & gas conference
By Ellen Teague
Independent Catholic News
October 4, 2022

CRS launches campaign to build greater Catholic response to climate change
By Dennis Sadowski
Catholic News Service
October 4, 2022

Vatican unveils new documentary on climate change
By Christopher Wells
Vatican News
October 4, 2022

Economics is about more than money, math and markets: A Christian argument for climate justice
By Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty
The Presbyterian Outlook
September 22, 2022

‘We will all die if we continue like this’: Indigenous people push UN for climate justice
By Joseph Lee
September 21, 2022

COP27 must confront the global climate crisis
By Fr Sean McDonagh
Independent Catholic News
September 18, 2022

Major Jewish Organizations Form Coalition To Act On Climate Crisis; Issue Open Call For Jewish Organizations Everywhere To Join
By Becky O’Brien
Boulder Jewish News
September 15, 2022

Religious Freedom Civil Rights Case: Catholic Sisters vs. TRANSCO Fossil Fuel Pipeline
Adorers of the Blood of Christ
September 12, 2022

Can young people save the world? This Jewish teen environmental activist thinks so
STL Jewish Light
September 8, 2022

Buddhist Voices in the Climate Crisis: Welcome to the Anthropocene
By Hozan Alan Senauke
Buddhistdoor Global
September 8, 2022

Threatening all creation, nuclear weapons are a climate justice issue, too
By Daniel P. Horan
National Catholic Reporter
September 8, 2022

How faith groups helped pass the climate law
By E.A. Crunden
E&E Daily
September 7, 2022

The land mourns
By Andi Lloyd
Christian Century
September 1, 2022

Earth’s self-care
By Katharine M. Preston
The Christian Century
August 31, 2022

Bible demands action on climate change, Evangelicals say in new report
By Jack Jenkins
The Washington Post
August 30, 2022

Loving the Least of These: Addressing a Changing Environment
National Association of Evangelicals
August 2022  

Overcoming climate anxiety, one step at a time
By Marc Light
Australian Jewish News
August 26, 2022

Cardinal-designate McElroy has long commitment to Laudato Si’, environment
By Brian Roewe
August 25, 2022

Historic climate law, signed by Biden, has Catholic fingerprints all over it
By Brian Roewe
August 18, 2022  

The UN just declared a universal human right to a healthy, sustainable environment – here’s where resolutions like this can lead
By Joel E. Correia
Nation of Change
August 9, 2022

How Indigenous Peoples Enrich Climate Action
UN Climate Change News
August 9, 2022

Interfaith campaign pushes climate-concerned voters to the midterm polls
By Brian Roewe
August 4, 2022

An Interview With The Greek Orthodox Environmental Chief For ‘The Green Patriarch’
By Jovan Tripkovic
Religion Unplugged
August 3, 2022

First Sacred Earth Fair draws hundreds of visitors for climate justice
By Julia Lerner
Cascadia Daily News
July 31, 2022

‘A moral imperative’: how southern ministers are trying to change minds about the climate crisis
By Emily Cataneo
The Guardian
July 26, 2022

How US and UK faith communities are addressing global warming
By Sueellen Campbell
Yale Climate Connections
July 19, 2022

African youth deliver environmental demands to bishops at Laudato Si’ meeting
By Brian Roewe
July 14, 2022

Humanity has ‘moral obligation’ to fight climate change, pope says
By Junno Arocho Esteves, Catholic News Service
Catholic Review
July 13, 2022

First climate agreement to center Indigenous voices gains international support
By Carina Dominguez
July 13, 2022

Indigenous-led group opens new salvo in fight for climate justice
By Aric Sleeper
July 12, 2022

Can “green Islam” save Indonesia from climate collapse?
By Enno Hinz
July 11, 2022

Climate Change Renders Hajj ‘Dangerous,’ Global Action Necessary
Morocco World News
By Souad Anouar
July 8, 2022

Impact of Climate Policies on the Hajj
By Fachruddin Mangunjaya, Sartika Nur Shalati, Mahawira Dillon, and Claire Wordley
July 2022

These Clergy Are Bridging the Gap Between Religion and Climate
By James Bruggers
Inside Climate News
June 27, 2022

Fog catchers: improving Mexico’s climate resilience using traditional knowledge
By Adaptation Fund
Climate Home news
June 24, 2022

Catholic Theological Society of America to Divest from Fossil Fuels
Press Release
June 15, 2022  

Skiing on a sacred mountain: Indigenous Americans stand against a resort’s expansion
By Annette McGivney
The Guardian
June 19, 2022

Why Indigenous communities need a seat at the table on climate
By Ray Minniecon
The Conversation
June 17, 2022

Egypt’s Ministry of Environment, Coptic Orthodox Church sign protocol combating climate change impacts
Egypt Today
June 13, 2022

Gender and Indigenous Climate Justice at the United Nations
By Wing Ka Ho
June 11, 2022

Synagogues get a targeted carbon footprint checker
The Jewish Chronicle
June 10, 2022

US Catholic bishops press Congress to pass $555 billion climate legislation
By Brian Roewe
June 9, 2022

Shifting seasons: using Indigenous knowledge and western science to help address climate change impacts
By Karin Gerhardt, Jon C. Day, Larissa Hale, and Scott F. Heron
The Conversation
June 7, 2022

Jewish environmental thought is not ready for the climate crisis. But our tradition is.
By David Zvi Kalman
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
June 7, 2022

Can a ‘green Islam’ save Indonesia from climate collapse?
By Enno Hinz
June 3, 2022

To protect the Earth and its people, religious orders invest in climate solutions
By Brian Roewe
May 28, 2022

Indigenous activists among Goldman environmental prize winners
By Nina Lakhani
The Guardian
May 25, 2022

A small college in Kansas City, Kansas, wants climate justice at the center of everything it does
By Barbara Shelly
May 25, 2022

Vatican’s major sustainability campaign the main focus of Laudato Si’ Week 2022
By Brian Roewe
May 19, 2022

Religions meet in Riyadh as faith groups step up on climate
By Laureen Fagan
Sustainability Times
May 16, 2022

How A Major Tar Sands Pipeline Project Threatens Indigenous Land Rights
By Will Parrish
Huffington Post
May 15, 2022

Judaism and global climate change
By Michael M. Cohen
The Jerusalem Post
May 14, 2022

Religious leaders, UNEP appeal for climate-responsible finance as a moral imperative towards children
United Nations Environment Programme
May 9, 2022

When it comes to action on the climate crisis, where does religion fit in?
By Kate Burke
Green News
May 6, 2022

Radical Hope and Intergenerational Solidarity: Education in a Time of Climate and Theological Emergency
By Peter Blaze Corcoran
April 28, 2022

Indigenous climate efforts vital to fight against environmental destruction
Native Conservancy
April 28, 2022

Reducing our carbon footprint is a way of loving others
By Betsy Painter
Yale Divinity School 
April 28, 2022

‘Defending life:’ Indigenous way of life imperative to solving climate crisis
By Miryam Vargas
Global Voices
April 27, 2022

Religious Australians are pushing for climate action, and want church leaders and politicians to get on board
By Barbara Heggen
ABC News
April 9, 2022

The Potential of Indigenous Knowledge in Building Climate Resilience
By Jaro Arero and Hussein Tadicha
The Elephant
April 8, 2022  

Review: The Pentecost of climate change
By Christiana Zenner
America: The Jesuit Review
March 31, 2022

Climate heroes: Rev Billy Talen and Savitri D
Down to Earth
The Guardian
March 31, 2022

Jewish leadership program talks environmental, sustainable action among Jewish community
By Jonathan Wang
The Michigan Daily
March 28, 2022  

Mordechai Liebling⁠—Join our movement this sacred season!
Third Act
March 25, 2022

Conference highlights links among climate change, health, racial justice
By Brian Roewe
March 24, 2022

Climate activists appeal to Pope over oil pipeline in East Africa
By Inés San Martín
March 24, 2022

Growing up Maasai and the art of healing the Earth
By Benji Jones
March 16, 2022

Indigenous Climate Justice in a Warming Arctic
By Amelia Browne
March 14, 2022

Making religious sense of climate change on small islands
By Mark Silk
Religion News Service
March 7, 2022

Respecting the rights of nature is the only way out of climate chaos and biodiversity collapse
By Method Gundidza
Daily Maverick
March 7, 2022

An Indigenous basket-weaving tradition keeps a Philippine forest alive
By Keith Anthony Fabro
March 6, 2022

New UN report ‘rings the latest alarm bell’ about climate change effects on nature and people
By Brian Roewe
March 3, 2022

Every Major Faith Tradition has the Resources to Tackle Climate Change
By Bill McKibben
March 2022 

Qur’anic Botanic Garden celebrates Qatar Environment Day with wild desert tree restoration event
Gulf Times
February 26, 2022

Using Science and Celtic Wisdom to Save Trees (and Souls)
By Cara Buckley
New York Times
February 24, 2022

Calling fossil fuel investments sinful, global interfaith coalition outlines moral standards for climate finance
By Brian Roewe
February 24, 2022

‘Rights of Nature’ laws can strengthen Indigenous sovereignty, provide path to environmental justice
By Ray Levy Uyeda
February 22, 2022

Catholics look to mindfulness practices to ground climate action, quell eco-anxiety
By Brian Roewe
February 22, 2022

Why Indigenous land rights are key for saving the planet
By Joycelyn Longdon
February 17, 2022

Student climate activists from Yale, Stanford, Princeton, MIT and Vanderbilt file legal complaints to compel divestment
By Susan Svrluga
Washington Post
February 16, 2022

Church’s multiyear initiatives on synodality, Laudato Si’ and Eucharist intertwine
By Brian Roewe
February 15, 2022

Haddonfield teen uses Jewish values to tackle climate crisis
By Ezra Solway
Jewish Community Voice
February 9, 2022

Defending the Amazon: How indigenous culture protects Colombia’s rainforest
Straits Times
February 4, 2022

Philippine bishops urge church finances to disconnect from fossil fuels
By Brian Roewe
February 3, 2022

Faith groups join fight against climate change
By Luis Andres Henao and Jessie Wardarski
The Columbian
January 29, 2022

$ymbol and Sacrament: Fossil Fuel Divestment and Reinvestment as a Real Symbol of Love
By Erin Lothes Biviano
Journal of Moral Theology
Vol. 11, No. 1 (2022): 55–84

On Jewish Earth Day, more Jewish groups take climate action
By Yonat Shimron, Religion News Service
Washington Post
January 14, 2022

‘Juries Get It’: Climate Activists Acquitted After Train Protest
By Kenny Stancil
Common Dreams
January 14, 2022

The Jewish relationship with nature is mucky, but our ethical duty on climate change is on terra firma
By George Altshuler
J. – The Jewish News of Northern California
January 10, 2022

Brazil bishop: Our planet ‘is in intensive care,’ but COP26 delayed treatment
By Luis Miguel Modino
January 5, 2022

An Evangelical Climate Scientist Wonders What Went Wrong
By David Marchese
New York Times
December 29, 2021

Climate Justice, Humans Rights, and the Case for Reparations
By Audrey R. Chapman and A. Karim Ahmed
Health and Human Rights Journal
Vol. 23, no. 2 (December 2021): 81-94.

Sioux Valley takes inter-generational approach to climate change
By Chelsea Kemp
The Brandon Sun
December 13, 2021

Faith, Nature & the Climate Crisis: An Evaluation
By Fazlun Khalid
December 9, 2021

New program aims to mobilize faith finances, assets for stronger climate action
By Brian Roewe
December 3, 2021

Climate anxiety? This 30-day action plan may give you hope
By John R. Platt
December 2, 2021

Art and exhibits illustrate hope for climate resilience
By Shannon Dortch
Cornell Chronicle
November 29, 2021

Five Indic Theories that can Influence Climate Engineering Measures
By Pankaj Jain
The CSR Journal
November 27, 2021

Change bad habits, protect the earth, help others, pope says in new book
By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service
Catholic Review
November 24, 2021

People of faith are not waiting for politicians to act on climate change
By Tomás Insua and Dan Misleh
November 18, 2021

Laudato Si Action Platform: God chooses the little ones to change the world
By Michele Raviart
Vatican News
November 17, 2021

‘A death sentence’: Indigenous climate activists denounce Cop26 deal
By Nina Lakhani
The Guardian
November 16, 2021

Official launch of Laudato Si’ Action Platform offers Catholics concrete steps toward sustainable lifestyles
By Brian Roewe
November 14, 2021

Indigenous Guardians are patrolling the front lines of climate change
By Kieron O’Dea & Dawna Friesen
Global News
November 13, 2021

Faith groups’ work on climate must continue after COP26, says UNEP official
By Brian Roewe
November 12, 2021  

COP26 did not go far enough. It’s time to take the Pope Francis-approach to climate change.
By Griffin Thompson
America: The Jesuit Review
November 12, 2021

A Buddhist Monk’s International Journey To Combat Climate Change
By Amber Strong
November 11, 2021

Climate engineering based on Indic philosophies
By Pankaj Jain
The Times of India
November 11, 2021

A “blue-green deal” for the Middle East
By Gidon Bromberg, Nada Majdalani, and Yana Abu Taleb
The Economist
World Ahead 2022

Paul Hawken on Helping Our Planet Heal Itself
By Paul Hawken
November 11, 2021

COP26, The Climate Emergency, and The Muslim Contribution
By Shaahima Fahim
Muslim Matters
November 10, 2021

Youth, Indigenous people bring climate frontlines to the forefront at COP26
By Brian Roewe
November 10, 2021

The Human Rights Case Against Fracking and Climate Change
By Kathleen Dean Moore
Orion Magazine
November 9-12, 2021

Bishops living in Amazon ask COP26 for actions to save planet
By Lise Alves, Catholic News Service
November 9, 2021

Indigenous and faith leaders urge Procter & Gamble to end logging of old-growth forests
By Diana Kruzman, Religion News Service
Washington Post
November 9, 2021

Amid rain and wind, Catholics join 100,000 demonstrators at COP26 climate march
By Brian Roewe
November 8, 2021

COP26: Indigenous peoples, protests, and a call to end the war on nature
United Nation News
November 6, 2021

Indigenous Leaders Call for Landback Reforms and Climate Justice in “Required Reading”
By Gosia Wozniacka
YES! Magazine
November 5, 2021

First week of COP26 offers big climate pledges, but Catholic activists want details
By Brian Roewe
November 5, 2021

Why taking action on climate change is an Islamic obligation
By Mehmet Ozalp
The Conversation
November 4, 2021

Colonialism, the climate crisis, and the need to center Indigenous voices
By Deniss Martinez and Ans Irfan
Environmental Health News
November 4, 2021

EcoSynagogue: A Jewish approach to climate activism in the UK
By Shira Silkoff
Jerusalem Post
November 4, 2021

As COP26 gathers, faith-based environmentalists fight ‘eco-grief’
By Elizabeth E. Evans, Religion News Service
November 4, 2021

The Road to Climate Recovery Goes Through the Wild Woods
By John Reid and Thomas E. Lovejoy
New York Times
November 2, 2021

Pope Francis tells COP26 to show ‘political will,’ not defer action on climate change
By Brian Roewe
November 2, 2021

Faith community arrives in Glasgow to pray, press world leaders for strong action at COP26
By Brian Roewe
November 1, 2021

Faith institutions announce largest-ever divestment from fossil fuels ahead of COP26
By Jonathon Braden
Laudato Si’ Movement
October 26, 2021
Why the COP26 climate conference matters for Catholics
By Sebastian Gomes
American: The Jesuit Review
October 26, 2021

Scotland’s Catholic Church leads faith-based fossil fuel divestment ahead of COP26
By Brian Roewe
October 26, 2021  

The earth’s suffering reflects the cry of the poor, everyone’s cry
By Sr Bernadette Mary Reis, fsp
Vatican News
October 26, 2021  

Next April is the Holiest Month, Stirring
By Rabbi Arthur Waskow
The Shalom Center
October 25, 2021

Climate crisis at forefront of agenda for Parliament of the World’s Religions
By Nidhi Upadhyaya, Religion News Service
Washington Post
October 19, 2021

5 reasons why Catholics should care about the COP26 climate summit
By Brian Roewe
October 15, 2021

Mongolia Launches National Campaign to Plant One Billion Trees by 2030
By Craig Lewis
Buddhistdoor Global
October 8, 2021

Pope Francis joins world faith leaders in urgent climate appeal ahead of COP26
By Brian Roewe
October 4, 2021

Vatican hopes its pre-COP26 climate event will raise stakes in Glasgow
By Philip Pullella
October 3, 2021

Manila is sinking, and Catholics must take environment seriously, bishops say
By Catholic News Service
October 3, 2021

Laudato Si’ Action Platform launch pushed back to mid-November
By Brian Roewe
Earth Beat
October 1, 2021

Time is now to create culture of care for each other, planet, pope says
By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service
The Record
September 29, 2021

Catholics in Africa celebrate Congo Basin as Earth’s second lung
By Frederick Nzwili, Catholic News Service
September 23, 2021

For Iowa Catholic business leader, faith is powerful motivation for climate action
By Brian Roewe
September 22, 2021

How to Stay Grounded and Motivated in the Face of Our Climate Crisis
Interview with David Loy, Joan Halifax, and Mark Coleman by Julie Flynn Badal
September 22, 2021

Religious leaders call for urgent climate action ahead of crucial Glasgow conference
By Peter Kenny
Ecumenical News
September 21, 2021
Catholic mapmaker Burhans wins international environmental award
By Barbara Fraser
September 20, 2021

Pope Francis And Other Christian Leaders Are Calling For Bold Climate Action
By Eric McDaniel
September 10, 2021

Environmental Justice Takes Center Stage in Massachusetts Legislative Session
By Adina Goldin
Climate Xchange
September 10, 2021

Faith groups press Congress to pass $3.5T bill as political, moral imperative for climate action
By Brian Roewe

September 10, 2021

To solve the climate crisis, we must first repair our relationships
By Jena Brooker
September 8, 2021

‘Islands on Alert’: The New Podcast Every Environmentalist Needs to Listen To
By Kate Nakamura
Global Citizen
September 6, 2021

What is COP26 and why is it important to Catholics?
By Frances Leach
Independent Catholic News
September 6, 2021

Laudato Si’ inspires young adults to faith-based action on climate change
By Dennis Sadowski, Catholic News Service
September 3, 2021

Pope Francis plans to visit climate change conference in Glasgow
By Junno Arocho Esteves - Catholic News Service
America: The Jesuit Review
September 2, 2021

Follow youth toward environmental sustainability, Pope Francis says
By Brian Roewe
September 1, 2021

Hurricane Ida Badly Damages Home of Goldman Prize Winner Sharon Lavigne and Others in Louisiana’s Cancer Alley
By Julie Dermansky and Sharon Kelly
August 30, 2021

Global Systemic Crisis and Buddhism: Toward a Change of Paradigm
By Jordi Solé Ollé
Buddhistdoor Global
August 28, 2021

Laudato si’: ‘Science offers faith tools amid climate crisis’
By Devin Watkins
Vatican News
August 26, 2021

As climate change intensifies, how might Laudato Si’ guide community responses?
By Brian Roewe
August 20, 2021

Washington Archdiocese launches new action plan to care for creation
By Patricia Zapor, Catholic News Service
Catholic Review
August 18, 2021

Meghalaya leads the way in harnessing faith for climate action
August 18, 2021

Holy waters: Prayer and protest against Line 3 pipeline at Mississippi headwaters
By Claire Schaeffer-Duffy
August 18, 2021

World’s Largest Interfaith Organizations, Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology, UNEP, Join Forces For Climate Change
By United Religions Initiative
EIN Presswire
August 16, 2021

Why Judaism Requires Action on Climate Change
By Pini Dunne
August 13, 2021

Environmental leaders: UN climate change report can spur prayerful action
By Dennis Sadowski, Catholic News Service
August 11, 2021

Faith powers Georgia advocate who helps religious communities cut carbon
Yale Climate Connections
August 10, 2021

Earth’s climate outlook grim but not hopeless, faith leaders say
By Brian Roewe
August 10, 2021

‘Signs of times have never been clearer’ says churches group after UN climate report rings alarm bells
By Peter Kenny
Ecumenical News
August 9, 2021

Urge investors away from fossil fuels, energy agency head tells Catholics
By Brian Roewe
August 4, 2021

Catholic environmental movement adopts new name in push to inspire action
By Dennis Sadowski
July 30, 2021

Religious Americans Demand Climate Action
By Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons and Maggie Siddiqi
Center for American Progress
July 21, 2021

Global climate change is also a spiritual crisis
By Daniel P. Horan
National Catholic Reporter
July 21, 2021

Conference primes US church for bolder responses to Laudato Si’, climate change
By Brian Roewe
July 19, 2021

How a threatened fish species highlights climate racism against indigenous peoples in the US
By Mira Patel
Indian Express
July 15, 2021

Climate action is a matter of faith
By Huda Alkaff
Wisconsin Examiner
July 14, 2021

Jewish Tradition Celebrates the Rhythm of Nature. What Happens When It’s Thrown Off Balance?
By Hannah S. Pressman
July 12, 2021

Second Catholic climate conference looks to build more momentum among US church
By Brian Roewe
July 9, 2021

National Catholic Reporter board divests company from fossil fuels
By Brian Roewe

July 2, 2021

Let’s lead from the front with a roadmap for eco-Judaism
By Rabbi David Mason
Jewish News

July 2, 2021

LEAF Coalition’s proposal is a step forward in saving forests, indigenous peoples
By Vandana Dhoop
Down to Earth
July 1, 2021

In the Midwest, faith communities are ramping up the fight against climate change
By Jena Brooker
June 30, 2021

Jesuit schools must be environmental justice leaders, dean says
By Brian Roewe
June 30, 2021

‘Creation care’: How churches aim to save a warming planet
By Sara Miller Llana

The Christian Science Monitor

June 29, 2021

Sustainable farms show how Catholics can apply Laudato Si’ to their daily lives
By Barbara Fraser.
June 25, 2021.

On climate change frontline, indigenous provide pointers to save planet
UN News.
June 25, 2021.

For some evangelical Christians, climate action is a God-given mandate
By David Geselbracht
June 23, 2021

Dialogue demonstrates connections across faith and science
By Brian Roewe
June 23, 2021

How Pope Francis and Vatican activists helped rein in Big Oil on climate change
By Claire Giangravé
June 22, 2021

Brooklyn Diocese launches solar energy project in response to ‘Laudato Si’
By Bill Miller
June 21, 2021

Faith groups back calls for UN special rapporteur for climate and human rights
By Barbara Fraser
June 18, 2021

New solar energy project in Brooklyn Diocese is response to ‘Laudato Si”
By Bill Miller, Catholic News Service

June 15, 2021

Keystone defeat energizes anti-pipeline activists
By Rachel Frazin 
The Hill
June 11, 2021

Pay up: Now is the Time for Bold Investment in Environmental Justice Groups
By Huda Alkaff and Donele Wilkins
June 4, 2021

Traditional peoples hold key to healthy ecosystems, Vatican official says
By Barbara Fraser
June 4, 2021

Bad day for Big Oil is big climate win for religious shareholder advocates
By Brian Roewe
June 2, 2021

Australian court finds government has duty to protect young people from climate crisis
By Adam Morton
The Guardian
May 27, 2021

Interfaith and Advocacy Collaboration Could Drive Climate Action
By Caitlin Faulds
ecoRI News
May 24, 2021

The next 100 days for environmental justice in Wisconsin
By Huda Alkaff
May 20, 2021

Vatican official: Church divestment from fossil fuels is ‘moral imperative’
By Brian Roewe
May 20, 2021

Inside the campaign to divest the Catholic Church from fossil fuels
By Brian Roewe
May 19, 2021

John Kerry, US climate envoy, meets pope and speaks at Vatican conference
By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service
May 15, 2021

How an Indigenous Scientist Studies Global Change
By Tara Lohan
The Revelator
May 12, 2021

Le Moyne Jesuits among CNY religious leaders to call for a transition from fossil fuels
By Maddie Rhodes
The Dolphin: Le Moyne Student Newspaper
May 12, 2021

Faith leaders have key role in tackling climate change, Sharma says
The Catholic Universe
May 11, 2021

COP and the Cloth: Quantitatively and Normatively Assessing Religious NGO Participation at the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
By David Krantz
Sci 3, no. 2: 24

May 10, 2021

A plant-based diet is about much more than not harming animals
By Mat McDermott, Religion News Service
May 1, 2021

Marquette students call for fossil fuel divestment
By Brian Roewe
April 30, 2021

Continuing challenge for people of faith: turning climate concern into action
By Barbara Fraser
April 30, 2021

Nobel Laureates Urge Humanity to Stop ‘Taking Colossal Risks With Our Common Future’
By Brett Wilkins
Common Dreams
April 29, 2021

Pope Francis’ Advancement of the Catholic Climate Agenda
By Father Raymond J. de Souza
National Catholic Register
April 27, 2021

Can faith leaders shift public opinion toward climate action?
By Brian H. Smith
April 26, 2021

Meet the Jewish activist digging through the trash for climate justice
By Orge Castellano
April 22, 2021

Pope Francis, in Earth Day messages, warns ‘we are at the edge’ on climate change
By Brian Roewe
April 22, 2021

Excerpt: In introducing Francis at the summit, Kerry said, “Few have used their voice in more profound fashion to shape the global climate movement than His Holiness, Pope Francis,” adding that “he not only helped make the Paris Agreement possible, but has continued to bring his humble message of justice and solidarity to so many of the world leaders gathered here today.” During his Earth Day Live message, Francis said, “We are becoming more and more aware that nature deserves to be protected … with the utmost care and respect” for the planet’s biodiversity. Once the destruction of nature is triggered, he added, it becomes difficult to stop. “But we still have time,” he added, urging people and countries to work together toward innovations and new pathways to make the world a better place than before the pandemic.

Climate Change Could Cut World Economy by $23 Trillion in 2050, Insurance Giant Warns
By Christopher Flavelle
New York Times
April 22, 2021 

Therapists are reckoning with eco-anxiety
By Isobel Whitcomb, Gizmodo
April 17, 2021

Climate science is clear — it’s time for ‘hard choices’ based on faith values
By Barbara Fraser

April 16, 2021

Gonzaga University To Launch New Climate Center
Ignatian Solidarity Network
April 13, 2021

These People Are Losing Their Gods to Climate Change
By Thomas Lewton
April 12, 2021

Environmental justice award winner: ‘We have the right to live in a territory that for us is sacred’
By Barbara Fraser
April 12, 2021

Muslim Leaders Deliver Islamic Climate Change Declaration
Islamic Relief Worldwide
(no date)

The Role of Faith Leaders in Raising Environmental Awareness: The Case of Kenya and Somalia
Islamic Relief Worldwide
(no date)

Vatican calls for action to assist people displaced by climate change
The Catholic Universe
April 5, 2021

US Catholic church is failing to respond to climate emergency, theologian says
By Brian Roewe


March 26, 2021

Indigenous peoples by far the best guardians of forests – UN report

By Damian Carrington

The Guardian
March 25, 2021

Greening religion: New Islamic covenant for the Earth
By Tony Carnie

New Frame
March 25, 2021

Crisis in the Himalayas: Climate change and unsustainable development
By Benjamin Parkin
LA Times
March 22, 2021

For These Young Evangelical Activists, Facing the Climate Crisis Is an Act of Faith
By Alex Morris
Rolling Stone
March 21, 2021

Sunrise activist asks people of faith: ‘Will you stand with us to fight for a livable future?’
By Brian Roewe
March 20, 2021

Indigenous youth lead on climate action, Loyola Chicago audience hears
By Brian Roewe
March 19, 2021

EarthBeat Weekly: Pandemic, like climate change, highlights racial injustices
By Barbara Fraser
March 12, 2021

Muslims and climate change: How Islam, Muslim organizations, and religious leaders influence climate change perceptions and mitigation activities
By Jens Koehrsen

WIREs Climate Change

February 24, 2021

Lenten reflections focus on climate change as an urgent moral issue
By Brian Roewe
February 16, 2021

Tribes, faith leaders petition Biden to end Enbridge Line 3 pipeline
By Brian Roewe
February 12, 2021

Dispatches from the Rhodian Shore: A (Tough) Love Letter to Religious Studies
By Todd Levasseur
Religion Dispatches
February 10, 2021

New Asia-Oceania church network pursues sustainable common home in vast biome
By Barbara Fraser
February 3, 2021

How a Young Activist Is Helping Pope Francis Battle Climate Change
By David Owen
The New Yorker
February 1, 2021

What are Pope Francis and the Vatican doing to fight climate change?
By Ricardo da Silva, S.J.
America: The Jesuit Review

January 28, 2021

Faith groups applaud Biden’s ‘bold’ executive actions on climate, environmental justice
By Brian Roewe
January 27, 2021

Cross-border cooperation for Tu Bishvat, the environment, is essential

By Michael Cohen

Jerusalem Post
January 24, 2021

Day 1’s executive actions signal Biden climate position
By Brian Roewe

January 21, 2021

Network connects indigenous knowledges in the Arctic and U.S. southwest
By Jenessa Duncombe, Eos

January 20, 2021

Halki Summit IV: Focus on Covid-19 and Climate Change
By Lisa Zengarini
Vatican News

January 19, 2021

Stopping the last tar sands pipeline will take all of us
By Winona LaDuke, The Nation
January 15, 2021

Global Catholic Climate Movement: Raise your voice on behalf of our common home
By Francesca Merlo & Linda Bordoni
Vatican News
January 12, 2021

2021 seen as a year to make up lost ground on climate change
By Brian Roewe
January 8, 2021

Creighton University to divest fully from fossil fuels within 10 years
By Brian Roewe
January 5, 2021

‘Connecting with God by caring for the environment’: Franciscan monk in Kenya shares Christmas message
The World
December 24, 2020

Vatican City State is pesticide-free, imports green energy
By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service


December 23, 2020

Young Muslim women are leading environmental movements grounded in their beliefs

By Memona Hossain

The Conversation

December 22, 2020

Ohio Quietly Passes A Bill That Could Bankrupt Churches Linked To Fossil Fuel Protests
By Alexander C. Kaufman
Huff Post
December 19, 2020

New climate pledges fall short of urgent need, faith leaders say
By Barbara Fraser
National Catholic Reporter
December 16, 2020

Five years after Paris, the ecological alarm is ringing loud and clear
By Chiara Martinelli
National Catholic Reporter
December 11, 2020

As Gwich’in, we will never stop fighting for our land
By Bernadette Demientieff
The Hill
November 27, 2020

An ancient people with a modern climate plan
By Jim Morrison
Washington Post
November 24, 2020

‘Huge News’: Nearly Four Dozen Faith Institutions Announce Divestment From Fossil Fuels
By Julia Conley
Common Dreams
November 16, 2020

Climate summit postponed, but action should ramp up, say advocates
By Barbara Fraser
National Catholic Reporter
November 13, 2020

Trump Administration Invites Oil Industry to Desecrate Sacred Arctic Refuge
November 13, 2020

‘Buddha would be green’: Dalai Lama calls for urgent climate action
By Krishnan Guru-Murthy
The Guardian
November 11, 2020

President-elect Biden pledges to push climate agenda despite legislative obstacles
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
November 10, 2020

Climate crisis, COVID-19 demand interfaith action, say religious leaders
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
November 6, 2020

Recovery plans are neither green nor fair to the poor, says Christian Aid
By Maddy Fry
Church Times
October 23, 2020

Faith groups organize to motivate, mobilize climate voters as Election Day nears
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
October 23, 2020

Voting Catholic: Is environmental justice on the ballot?
By Erika Rasmussen

America: The Jesuit Review

October 8, 2020

Election 2020: How seven climate-conscious young Christians are deciding their vote
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
September 22, 2020

A Message to Senate Democrats: Tribal Lands Are Not Carbon Dumping Grounds
By Tom Goldtooth
Common Dreams
September 3, 2020

Season of Creation unites Christians worldwide
Global Catholic Climate Movement
September 1, 2020

New podcast holds up Indigenous voices on climate change
By Katherine Barton
August 23, 2020

I’m a Conservative Christian Environmentalist. No, That’s Not an Oxymoron.
By Ericka Andersen
New York Times
August 7, 2020

‘Monumental Victory’: Tribes and Climate Activists Celebrate Court-Ordered Shutdown of Dakota Access Pipeline
By Jessica Corbett
Common Dreams
July 6, 2020

The links between racism and climate change
By SueEllen Campbell
Yale Environment 360
June 24, 2020

Vatican urges Catholics to drop investments in fossil fuels, arms
By Philip Pullella
June 18, 2020

Indigenous peoples guard ‘the lungs of the planet’ for all of us
By Alnoor Ladha & Felipe Viveros
June 15, 2020

Indigenous Artists Use Technology to Tell Stories About Their Ancestral Lands
By Demi Guo
Yes! Magazine
June 15, 2020

Churches and charities launch Climate Sunday campaign
By Maddy Fry
Church Times
June 12, 2020

Unequal Impact: The Deep Links Between Racism and Climate Change
By Beth Gardiner
Yale Environment 360
June 9, 2020

U.S. Faith-Based Coalition Calls on World Bank to Take Climate Action in the Time of COVID
By Andrew Schwartz
Center for Earth Ethics
May 20, 2020

Global coalition of 42 faith institutions divest from fossil fuels
Bright Now Towards Fossil Free Churches
May 18, 2020

Thanks to Climate Divestment, Big Oil Finally Runs Out of Gas
By Bill McKibben
New York Review of Books
May 12, 2020

We Are All Living the Same Moment
By Gretel Ehrlich
The Atlantic
May 2, 2020

Catholic institutions divest from fossil fuels
By Molly Matthews Multedo
Yale Climate Connections
April 13, 2020

Major US faith-based organization to vote on divesting from 3 oil companies
By Esther Whieldon
S&P Global
April 9, 2020

This Crisis Can Be a Gateway to Climate Action. These Activists Are Showing How.
By Christine MacDonald
In These Times
April 3, 2020

The Coronavirus and the Climate Movement
By Bill McKibben
The New Yorker
March 18, 2020

How artwork shows the impact of climate crisis on Indigenous Americans
By Nadja Sayej
The Guardian
March 9, 2020

Celebrating Climate Women on International Women’s Day
By Osprey Orielle Lake and Katherine Quaid
Common Dreams
March 8, 2020

Casting my lot with religion in the age of climate change
By Lauren Hickey
Bowdoin Orient
February 28, 2020

Can religion fight climate change?
By Urmi Chanda-Vaz
Live Mint
February 24, 2020

‘Amazing News’: Climate Activists Celebrate Victory After Forcing Company to Abandon Proposed Tar Sands Project
By Jessica Corbett
Common Dreams
February 24, 2020

Christian climate protesters launch 40 days of action during Lent
Christian Today
February 18, 2020

Virginia climate faith group finds persistence leads to progress
By Elizabeth McGowan
Energy News
February 17, 2020

Church of England sets 2030 net zero carbon target
Episcopal News Service
February 13, 2020

How Buddhist monks in Ladakh are fighting climate change
By Eben Yonnetti
Lion’s Roar
February 11, 2020

Church guided to increase eco efforts on divesting fossil fuel
Scottish Catholic Observer
February 7, 2020

How should Catholics respond to fears of a climate change apocalypse?
By Anna Keating
America Magazine
February 7, 2020

Georgetown University says it will divest from fossil fuel companies
By Susan Svrluga
Washington Post
February 6, 2020

The Sabbath in an Era of Climate Change
By Jonathan Schorsch
The Tablet
February 4, 2020

Indigenous groups battle with climate change
By Jillian Louis
The Asean Post
February 3, 2020

Tom Steyer and preaching the environmental gospel on the campaign trail
By Jack Jenkins, Religion News Service
National Catholic Reporter
February 3, 2020

Preventing Climate Change Is a Human Rights Issue
By Andrew Gilmour
February 2, 2020

Helena Gualinga is a voice for indigenous communities in the fight against climate change
By Sophie Foggin
Latin America Reports
January 31, 2020

C of E Pension Board launches London Stock Exchange index to monitor climate change progress
Anglican Communion News Service
January 31, 2020

Church sets 2050 net zero target for companies
By Adam Becket
Church Times
January 22, 2020

Climate organizers: 2020 is the year to mobilize — with young people in the lead
By Jesse Remedios
National Catholic Reporter
January 21, 2020

Tu B’Shvat: Reforesting Earth to Heal Both Poverty & Climate
By Rabbi Gilah Langner
The Shalom Center
January 21, 2020

Why climate change means new risks for U.S. financial markets
January 17, 2020

Indigenous peoples key to saving threatened forests
By Patrick Galey
January 7, 2020

Goldman Sachs agreed to stop funding Arctic drilling. Will other banks join them?
By Bernadette Demientieff
The Guardian
January 3, 2020

As the climate changes, Christian beliefs can help
By Vitaliy Soloviy
Sustainability Times
January 3, 2020

Lessons for COP 26 from the Amazon Synod
By Felicio Pontes Jr.
National Catholic Reporter
December 26, 2019

Young Indigenous activists lead climate justice action in Alaska
By Tripp Crouse
High Country News
December 19, 2019

The Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas: Greta Thunberg compels us all to be prophets
By The Revs. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas and Leah D. Schade
Daily Hampshire Gazette
December 18, 2019

Amazonian leaders’ long campaign for climate justice
By Paula Dupraz-Dobias
December 14, 2019

Climate Policy Should Reflect the Resilience of Northern Indigenous Communities
By Mylène Ratelle & Francis Paquette
December 14, 2019

Theologians Tackle Climate Change Crisis
By Rabbi Yonatan Neril
Jewish Journal
December 11, 2019

Solar Light of the World: Evangelicals Launch Global Clean Energy Campaign
By Griffin Paul Jackson
Christianity Today
December 11, 2019

Latin American Church Calls for ‘Incisive’ Action Against Climate Change
By Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D.
December 9, 2019

The Climate Crisis Isn’t Just Taking Pacific Islanders’ Homes, It’s Taking Our Identities
By Leilani Rania Ganser
December 4, 2019

Climate policy needs to reflect resilience of northern indigenous communities
By Mylène Ratelle and Francis Paquette
Climate Home News
November 25, 2019

Why religious narratives are crucial to tackling climate change
By Shamil Shams (Karachi)
Deutsche Welle
November 23, 2019

On Capitol Hill, Jesuit students deliver 58,000 Catholic signatures in support of Senate climate bill
By Brian Roewe
November 22, 2019

How green theology is energizing the black community to fight the climate crisis
By Nicollette Higgs
November 22, 2019

Notre Dame’s Jenkins charts insider’s path on climate crisis
By Bill Mitchell
November 22, 2019

Irish priest addresses climate crisis in Pakistan
By Sarah Mac Donald
November 19, 2019

I’m a Climate Scientist Who Believes in God. Hear Me Out.
By Katharine Hayhoe
New York Times
October 31, 2019

Alaska: Climate change threatens indigenous traditions
By Krysti Shallenberger
Deutsche Welle
October 22, 2019

Religious leaders bring moral voice to climate change
By Doug Fraser
Cape Cod Times
October 20, 2019

If Muslims Put Climate Change At The Centre Of Their Faith, We Can Make A Difference
By Afzal Khan
Huffington Post
October 19, 2019

Greta Thunberg, favourite to win Nobel peace prize, honoured at Standing Rock
By Oliver Milman
The Guardian
October 9, 2019

U.N. honors Catholic activist using data to fight climate change
By Christopher White
October 8, 2019

Climate action for peace – faith-based perspectives
UN Environment
October 2, 2019

Awareness remains an issue as global climate strikes draw millions
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
September 30, 2019

‘We all need to wake up’: Indigenous youth lend their support to climate strikes
By Jessica Deer
CBC News
September 27, 2019

Wisconsin Green Muslims Joins Call for Action at Saturday Climate Rally
Wisconsin Muslim Journal
September 24, 2019

‘The dominant theological issue’: Environmentalist Bill McKibben wants your pastor at the global climate strike
By Whitney Bauck
Washington Post
September 19, 2019

23 reasons to join Friday’s Climate Strike
By Bill McKibben
National Catholic Reporter
September 19, 2019

Defenders of the Earth: UN Champions whose passion for the planet defined their lives
UN Environment
September 16, 2019

Katharine Hayhoe reconciles Christianity and climate science
By Peter Segall
Juneau Empire
September 14, 2019

Faith pledges push global fossil fuel divestments over $11 trillion
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
September 13, 2019

With hajj under threat, it’s time Muslims joined the climate movement
By Remona Aly
The Guardian
August 30, 2019

An evangelical leader calls young Christians to save the planet
By Kate Yoder
August 12, 2019

What Indigenous Rights Have to Do With Fighting Climate Change
By Andre Pagliarini
The New Republic
August 7, 2019

Is Divestment Key To Our Climate Future?
By Lydia Brown & Lucy Nalpathanchil & Carolyn McCusker
WNPR - Connecticut Public Radio
August 1, 2019

Welsh campaigners call public bodies to divest from fossil fuels
Independent Catholic News
July 31, 2019

Fearing Oil Spills, Tribe Sues to Get a Major Pipeline Removed from Its Land
By Phil McKenna
Inside Climate News
July 25, 2019

What Would Jesus Do About Climate Change?
By Alexander C. Kaufman
Mother Jones
July 21, 2019

Cultural preservation and climate justice
By Nick Lunch
The Ecologist
July 18, 2019

One of America’s top climate scientists is an evangelical Christian. She’s on a mission to persuade skeptics.
By Dan Zak
The Washington Post
July 15, 2019

Engaging Christians in the Issue of Climate Change
By Matthew Goldberg, Abel Gustafson, Matthew Ballew, Seth Rosenthal and Anthony Leiserowitz
Yale Program on Climate Change Communication
July 12, 2019

Catholic Energies, IGS Solar, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington partner to build huge solar project in Washington DC
Catholic Energies
July 10, 2019

A Social Identity Approach to Engaging Christians in the Issue of Climate Change
By Matthew H. Goldberg, Abel Gustafson, Matthew T. Ballew, Seth A. Rosenthal, and Anthony Leiserowitz
Science Communication
July 7, 2019
To request a free copy, email with this subject line: Request Christian Social Identity Paper.

Europe’s first eco-mosque invokes God to fight climate change
By Adela Suliman
Thomson Reuters Foundation
May 22, 2019

U.S. religious leaders issue “Religious Declaration of Unprecedented Human Emergency”
By Margaret Bullitt-Jonas
Reviving Creation
May 9, 2019

Dioceses in major maritime areas pledge fossil fuel divestment
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
May 8, 2019

Why Bill McKibben Sees Rays of Hope in a Grim Climate Picture
By Elizabeth Kolbert
Yale Environment 360
April 30, 2019

This is how Islam advocates for the environment
By Sarah Huxtable Mohr
My Salaam
April 26, 2019

The Church of South India is taking action
United Nations Environment Programme
April 18, 2019

The Renegade Nuns Who Took On a Pipeline
By Eliza Griswold
The New Yorker
April 10, 2019

Connecting the environment and the church: Nathan Empsall ’19 M.Div.
Yale Divinity School
April 5, 2019

People of faith must act to confront the challenges of climate change
By Temperince Morgan and David A. Armstrong
Miami Herald
April 1, 2019

“Crucified Creation: A Green Faith Rising”
Reflections (Yale Divinity School journal)
Spring 2019

Faith activists urge UN Environment Assembly to address human side of climate change
By Fredrick Nzwili
National Catholic Reporter
March 18, 2019

YDS climate panel pushes past denial and despair
Yale Divinity School
March 14, 2019

God and the earth: Evangelical take on climate change
By Shay Meinecke
Deutsche Welle
March 7, 2019

Indigenous researchers plant seeds of hope for health and climate
By Kim Anderson
The Conversation
February 12, 2019

Carbon Dividend Act gets support from head of bishops’ justice office
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
January 29, 2019

Saugeen Ojibway Nation confronts effects of climate change on whitefish fishery
By Rhiannon Johnson
CBC News
January 20, 2019

The women fighting a pipeline that could destroy precious wildlife
By Joe Whittle
The Guardian
January 16, 2019

To work toward a just society, we need a Green New Deal
By Alex Mikulich
National Catholic Reporter
January 11, 2019

COP24: It’s not about resources anymore; it’s about moral maturity
By Joan Chittister
National Catholic Reporter
December 13, 2018

Catholic groups push for strong climate deal at U.N. summit in Poland
By Jonathan Luxmoore, Catholic News Service
National Catholic Reporter
December 10, 2018

How Climate Change Is Driving Central American Migrants to the United States
By Gus Bova
Texas Observer
December 8, 2018

Exploring the Dharmic Way to Think About Climate Change
By Christopher L. Fici
The Wire
December 4, 2018

Without traditional knowledge, there is no climate change solution
By Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim
Conservation International Blog
November 12, 2018

Judge Blocks Keystone XL Pipeline, Says Climate Impact Can’t Be Ignored
By Phil McKenna
Inside Climate News
November 9, 2018

Indigenous poets read urgent climate message on a melting glacier
By Jon Letman
November 1, 2018

Painting with climate change message takes shape at MacEwan University’s Indigenous centre
By Phil Heidenreich
Global News
October 31, 2018

Bishops from all continents urge ‘ambitious’ action on climate change
By Claire Giangravè
October 27, 2018

A path to resilience amid climate change
By Marvelous L. Misolas
Global Sisters Report
October 23, 2018

‘Literally life and death’: Indigenous climate leaders critical of Canada’s response to climate change report
By Justin Brake
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
October 17, 2018

Catholics urge action as UN report forecasts climate crisis in coming decades
By Brian Roewe and Chris Herlinger
National Catholic Reporter
October 10, 2018

At Season of Creation’s end, know this: Climate change is here
By James Hug
National Catholic Reporter
October 4, 2018

Can Buddhism Help Fight Climate Change?
By Lucia Graves
Pacific Standard
October 2, 2018

‘Guardians of the forest:’ Indigenous peoples come together to assert role in climate stability
By Justin Catanoso
October 2, 2018

Hear from people at the front lines of climate change
By Carolyn Beeler
September 19, 2018

Brown, Bloomberg (and Their Agenda) Face Protests at Climate Action Summit
By Christopher D. Cook
Common Dreams
September 14, 2018

World leaders, faith groups gather for Global Climate Action Summit
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
September 12, 2018

Why Defending Indigenous Rights Is Integral to Fighting Climate Change
By Jade Begay and Ayş Gürsöz
Common Dreams
September 6, 2018

Indigenous Activists Win “David vs. Goliath” Victory as Court Rejects $4.5B Trans Mountain Pipeline
Democracy Now!
September 4, 2018

Catholic institutions commit to climate action
By Erika Street Hopman
Yale Climate Connections
August 23, 2018

This man powers his whole house, plus two cars, with the sun
By Samantha Harrington
Yale Climate Connections
August 8, 2018

On Climate Change, Faith-Based Shareholders Take the Lead
By Sarah Brodsky
August 2, 2018

Climate change: The moral case for Christian action
By Joseph Sapati Moeono-Kolio
Christian Today
July 19, 2018

The Episcopal Church — standing up to climate change denial?
Edited by Margaret Daly Denton
SEARCH: A Church of Ireland Journal, Spring 2018

World Religious Leaders Confront Climate Crisis
By Jim Antal
June 11, 2018

Religious Leaders’ Symposium on Climate Crisis – A Few Takeaways
By Jim Antal
June 11, 2018

How Community and Faith Groups Are Igniting Action on Climate Change
By Amanda Merck
Salud America!
June 7, 2018

Religious Leaders Speak Out Against Enbridge Line 3 as Vote Looms this Month
Healing Minnesota Stories (blog)
June 5, 2018

When facts are not enough
By Katharine Hayhoe
June 1, 2018

‘Catholics Are Still In’ campaign recommits support for Paris climate pact
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
April 30, 2018

Divestment from fossil fuels is a witness to our faith
By John O’Shaughnessy and Erin Lothes
National Catholic Reporter
April 23, 2018

Do you believe in God? Then you have a moral duty to fight climate change, writes Jim Antal
By Tom Montgomery Fate
Chicago Tribune
April 18, 2018

Turn climate ‘words into action’ say Faith Leaders
Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)
April 17, 2018

Midwest Catholic Workers hold retreat and pipeline protest
By Maria Benevento
National Catholic Reporter
April 14, 2018

Indigenous knowledge is critical to understanding climate change
By Timothy J. Greene
Seattle Times
April 10, 2018

Native Americans, Fossil Fuels and Climate Change
By Tracey Osborne
Scientific American
April 9, 2018

Pastor mobilizes black churches to act on climate
By Diana Madson
Yale Climate Connections
March 22, 2018

In Midst of ‘Immense Suffering’ Caused by Climate Crisis, Caribbean Religious Leaders Call for Debt Relief
By Jake Johnson
Common Dreams
March 16, 2018

Papua New Guinea’s first Cardinal says climate change is ‘disaster’ for his people
The Tablet
March 15, 2018

The Koch brothers preached the fossil fuel gospel in Virginia. Then, black churches fought back.
By Kenya Downs
March 14, 2018

Lifestory: Evangelical Christian Makes the Case for Climate Change
By Sebastien Malo, Thomson Reuters Foundation
Sight Magazine
March 7, 2018

Some Christians are cutting carbon for Lent
By Diana Madson
Yale Climate Connections
February 27, 2018

A climate scientist talks—respectfully—to climate-change skeptics
By Amy Frykholm
The Christian Century
February 26, 2018

Red Cloud’s Revolution: Oglalla Sioux Freeing Themselves From Fossil Fuel
By Saul Elbein
Common Dreams
February 21, 2018

Minister urges Christians to act on climate
By Daisy Simmons
Yale Climate Connections
February 2, 2018

‘This is a sin.’ Public appeals to Pruitt’s religion
By Niina Heikkinen
E&E News
January 12, 2018

Local expert: mitigating climate change is way to practice tikkun olam
By Korene Charnofsky Cohen
Arizona Jewish Post
November 30, 2017

International Rights of Nature Tribunal in Bonn Finds Legal Systems Incapable of Preventing Climate Change and Protecting Nature
Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature
November 10, 2017

COP23, led by island nation Fiji, aims to buoy urgency for climate action
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
November 10, 2017

Trump’s environmental rollbacks lack ‘moral compass,’ Catholics say
Planet, people take back seat to business since election
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
November 7, 2017

‘For us, the land is sacred’: on the road with the defenders of the world’s forests
By Jonathan Watts
The Guardian
November 4, 2017

The Grassroots Social Network Documenting Real-Time Climate Change
By Benjamin Powers
Pacific Standard
October 31, 2017

Faith groups using their investment funds to create a better and fairer world
Alliance of Religions and Conservation
October 24, 2017

Religious communities are taking on climate change (Greening the gospel)
By Sarah Tory
High Country News
September 18, 2017

Climate Change Is Complex. We’ve Got Answers to Your Questions.
By Justin Gillis
New York Times
September 18, 2017

These evangelicals see environmentalism as a religious imperative
By Eileen Mignoni
Yale Climate Connections
September 1, 2017

This Is How Indigenous Peoples Help Curb Gas Emissions, End Hunger
By IPS World Desk
Inter Press Service News Agency
August 10, 2017

Climate change: It’s not just for liberals anymore
By Renee Garfinkel
Washington Times
July 31, 2017

Climate Change and the Significance of Religion
By Mike Hulme
Economic & Political Weekly
Vol. 52, Issue No. 28
July 15, 2017

United Church of Christ approves emergency resolution on climate change
By Lisa Wangsness
Boston Globe
July 4, 2017

ExxonMobil shareholders push through climate resolution
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
June 13, 2017

Politics, culture or theology? Why evangelicals back Trump on global warming
By David Gibson
Religion News Service
June 9, 2017

Sisters join chorus denouncing Trump’s climate move
By Dawn Araujo-Hawkins and Chris Herlinger
Global Sisters Report
June 5, 2017

Church leaders express regret over US climate change decision
Anglican Communion News Service
June 2, 2017

Hoping for more in sustainable energy goals
By Donna Schaper
National Catholic Reporter
May 23, 2017

EcoJesuit Newsletter
May 15, 2017

US Bank to Stop Funding Pipelines as Divestment Movement Expands Worldwide
By Nika Knight
Common Dreams
May 15, 2017

Could making climate change a ‘pro-life’ issue bring conservatives on board?
By Ben Rosen
The Christian Science Monitor
May 2, 2017

Indigenous Youth Took Center Stage at People’s Climate March
By Cherri Foytlin
May 1, 2017

Science and faith a natural fit for climate change marchers
By Elizabeth Eisenstadt Evans
Global Sisters Report
April 27, 2017

These Native American Scholars Marched For Indigenous Science
By Nidhi Subbaraman
April 22, 2017

Christian Earth Day lessons: worship by protecting creation
By Paul Douglas
The Guardian
April 22, 2017

The religious case for caring about climate change
By Nesima Aberra
April 19, 2017

To These Pastors, Saving the Colorado River Is a Divine Command
By Fernanda Santos
New York Times
April 16, 2017

Why China is serious about becoming the global leader on climate change
By David Tyfield
The Conversation
April 10, 2017

Climate change is the prophetic call to repentance of our time
By John Surette
National Catholic Reporter
April 6, 2017

Keystone XL: Environmental and Native Groups Sue to Halt Pipeline
By Phil McKenna
Inside Climate News
March 30, 2017

Severe drought brings starving Kenyans to church doorsteps
By Fredrick Nzwili
Religion News Service
January 31, 2017

Muslim environmentalists give their religion — and their mosques — a fresh coat of green
By Chris Bentley
WCAI – NPR for the Cape, the Coast, and the Islands
January 4, 2017

Moroccan mosques go solar
By Diana Madson
Yale Climate Connections
December 12, 2016

Iran ‘serious’ about fighting climate change
Al Jazeera
December 2, 2016

The Priest in the Trees: Feral faith in the age of climate change
By Fred Bahnson
Harper’s Magazine
December 2016

At COP22 and on Capitol Hill, faith groups step up climate efforts
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
November 17, 2016

83 arrested at Standing Rock yesterday, Dakota Access Pipeline wants war. Native drones shot down!
By Navajo
Daily Kos
October 23, 2016

Canadian Supreme Court Prepares to Hear Inuit Case With Global Implications
By Chris Williams
October 19, 2016

Katharine Hayhoe, a Climate Explainer Who Stays Above the Storm
By John Schwartz
New York Times
October 10, 2016

Caring for Creation makes the Christian case for climate action
By John Abraham
The Guardian
October 10, 2016

Can Americans find common ground on climate change?
By Ellen Powell
Christian Science Monitor
October 4, 2016

President Obama should listen to the indigenous people fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline
By Celeste Goox yadí Worl
September 27, 2016

Tribes Across North America Unite in ‘Wall of Opposition’ to Alberta Tar Sands
By Lauren McCauley
Common Dreams
September 22, 2016

Archeologists denounce Dakota Access pipeline for destroying artifacts
By Oliver Milman
The Guardian
September 22, 2016

Native American Activist Winona LaDuke at Standing Rock: It’s Time to Move On from Fossil Fuels
Democracy Now!
September 12, 2016

To understand the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, you need to understand tribal sovereignty
By Victoria M. Massie
September 9, 2016

In Effort to Kill Pipeline, Groups Call Directly on Obama to Oppose Permits
By Nadia Prupis
Common Dreams
August 25, 2016

Dakota Access Pipeline Protests Recall America’s Historical Shame
By Sonali Kolhatkar
August 24, 2016

LWF encouraged by member church action to review investments in fossil fuel companies
The Lutheran World Federation
August 19, 2016

John Ahni Schertow shines a spotlight on indigenous resistance
By Stephyn Quirke
Street Roots News
July 30, 2016

‘World can’t afford to silence us’: black church leaders address climate change
By Oliver Milman
The Guardian
July 24, 2016

Rising temperatures drying up history, one lake at a time
By Daksha Rangan
The Weather Network
July 20, 2016

Tibetan monk who went beyond religion
By Balan Moses
Malay Mail Online
July 19, 2016

Canada plans to lean on Indigenous knowledge to combat climate change
By Delaney Windigo
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network National News
July 14, 2016

AME Church: Climate change disproportionately hurts blacks
By Adelle M. Banks
Religion News Service
July 14, 2016

AME Church Adopts Climate Resolution: Call for Urgent Action on Climate Change Passed at 50th General Conference
Blessed Tomorrow
July 13, 2016

Religious scholars recommend ways to combat climate change
By Menan Khater
Daily News Egypt
June 28, 2016

Global Indigenous youth taking the planet in their hands
By Lucy Cormack
Sydney Morning Herald
June 25, 2016

Indigenous Climate Adaptation Tool May Soon Go Mobile
By Ciro Calderon
Ecosystem Marketplace
June 10, 2016

Catholic Moral Traditions and Energy Ethics of the Twenty-First Century
By Erin Lothes Biviano, David Cloutier, Elaine Padilla, Christiana Z. Peppard, and Jame Schaefer
Journal of Moral Theology, Vol. 5, No. 2 (June 2016):1-36.

Environmental challenges – a forceful argument for global citizenship
UN News Centre
May 31, 2016

Women Deliver: Young Women Climate Warriors Speak
By Stella Paul
Women News Network
May 29, 2016

Spiritual and Sustainable: Religion Responds to Climate Change
By Jim Antal, Margaret Bullitt‐Jonas, Tim DeChristopher, Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman, Lama Willa Miller, Munjed M. Murad, and Dan McKanan
Crosscurrents, Volume 66, Issue 1
May 18, 2016

Indigenous tribe on Mt. Elgon suffers climate change impacts
By Gerald Tenywa
New Vision
May 16, 2016

First Nation Wins Historic Victory Over Mammoth Coal Export Terminal
By Lauren McCauley
Common Dreams
May 10, 2016

An interfaith view on climate change
By David Boyd
Nelson Star
May 7, 2016

Climate scientist-turned-psychologist seeks paths toward more compassion for the earth
By Sharon Abercrombie
National Catholic Reporter
May 3, 2016

Unfriendly Climate
By Sonia Smith
Texas Monthly
May 2016

250 Faith Leaders Demand Nations Ratify Paris Climate Deal
By Jeremy Deaton & Jack Jenkins
Think Progress
April 18, 2016

A Western Soto Zen Buddhist Statement on the Climate Crisis
Soto Zen Buddhist Association Press Release
April 18, 2016

Delivering on the Promises of Paris: Why the World’s Muslims Are Demanding Climate Action Now
By Naser Haghamed
Huffington Post
April 18, 2016

From the pope to the people: Emerging religious environmental movement faces challenges amid global economic pressures
By Dan Smyer Yü and Mary Evelyn Tucker
Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA)
March 14, 2016

Women on the Front Lines Fighting Fracking in the Bakken Oil Shale Formations
By Emily Arasim and Osprey Orielle Lake
Common Dreams
March 14, 2016

An Evangelical Movement Takes On Climate Change
By Tik Root
March 9, 2016

Connecticut Program Makes Solar Affordable for Low-Income Families
By Zahra Hirji
InsideClimate News
February 25, 2016

Eminent climate change scientist courts religion
By Joshua Emerson Smith
San Diego Union-Tribune
February 24, 2016

Coal Money Divides Oakland’s Churches
By Darwin BondGraham
East Bary Express
February 10, 2016

Exxon Stiff-Arms a Request to Take Moral Responsibility for Climate Change
By David Hasemyer
InsideClimate News
February 3, 2016

Faith communities unite for action on climate change
By Russell L. Meyer
Orlando Sentinel
February 1, 2016

Faith & Climate Change: A guide to talking with the five major faiths
Climate Outreach
February 2016

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science
Issue 50, no. 4
December 2015
Section on “Why Do We Disagree on Climate Change?”
* (Still) Disagreeing about Climate Change: Which Way Forward? (by Mike Hulme)
* Climate Change and the Clash of Worldviews: An Exploration of How to Move Forward in a Polarized Debate (by Annick de Witt)
* Storytelling and Wicked Problems: Myths of the Absolute and Climate Change (by Lisa L. Stenmark)
* Climate Change and the Apocalyptic Imagination: Science, Faith, and Ecological Responsibility (by Jonathan Moo)
* Can Science and Religion Respond to Climate Change? (by Mary Evelyn Tucker)

Can Religions Help in The Fight Against Climate Change?
By Anna Pujol-Mazzini
Real Leaders

Paris: A Spiritual Response to Climate Change
By Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
Huffington Post
December 2, 2015

A Unique Moment in History
By Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew
Huffington Post
December 1, 2015

The Moral and Political Dimensions of Climate Change
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
November 23, 2015

Hindu Religious and Civil Society Leaders Urge Climate Change Action
Hindu Declaration on Climate Change Press Release
November 23, 2015

Indigenous Stories: Enduring Memories of Ancient Sea Rise
By John Upton
November 17, 2015

Stop Praying, Take Action, Cultivate Compassion
Garrison Institute
November 12, 2015

Berkley Center symposium panel examines relationship between religion and climate change
By Justin Plumb
The Georgetown Voice
November 10, 2015

Young Activists and the Long Haul
By Rev. Jim Conn
Capital & Main
November 9, 2015

President Obama rejects Keystone XL pipeline
By Brian Roewe
National Catholic Reporter
November 6, 2015

Keystone XL Rejection: Indigenous Resistance Exults, Trudeau ‘Disappointed’
Indian Country Today Media Network
November 6, 2015

Science alone cannot save the planet, insists spiritual leader of Orthodox Church
By John Bingham, Religious Affairs Editor
The Telegraph
November 3, 2015

Buddhist Climate Change Statement to World Leaders 2015
Plum Village
October 31, 2015

15 Buddhist leaders pen climate change statement to world leaders
Lion’s Roar
October 30, 2015

Buddhist Leaders Call For Climate Change Action At Paris Talks
By Lydia O’Connor
Huffington Post
October 29, 2015

Dalai Lama says strong action on climate change is a human responsibility
The Guardian
October 20, 2015

Can Islamic scholars change thinking on climate change?
By Davide Castelvecchi, Quirin Schiermeier, & Richard Hodson
August 19, 2015

Major Islamic Climate Change Declaration Released
Press Release
August 18, 2015

More Than 180 Evangelical Leaders Endorse Obama’s Carbon Reduction Plan
By Jack Jenkins
Climate Progress
July 31, 2015

Why Do I Care? French Government makes climate change debate personal pre COP
Press Release
July 22, 2015

White House Honors Florida Faith Leader for Climate “Champions of Change”
Environmental Protection Agency
July 20, 2015

White House honors Wisconsin Green Muslims founder
By Kari Lydersen
Midwest Energy News
July 20, 2015

Bishop of Salisbury welcomes update to environment guide
Diocese of Lincoln
July 10, 2015

Episcopal Church Votes To Withdraw Investments In Fossil Fuels
By Emily Atkin
Think Progress
July 6, 2015

Millennial Faith Leaders Offer A Vision For The Future Of The Environmental Movement
By Antonia Blumberg
Huffington Post
June 23, 2015

Climate Change and Moral Responsibility
By Bartholomew and Justin Welby
New York Times
June 19, 2015

Sustainability pledge a natural progression for Santa Clara graduates
By Sharon Abercrombie
National Catholic Reporter
June 9, 2015

Theology, Ecology, and the Word: Notes from Halki Summit
By George Handley
Home Waters
June 2015

Roundtable on Climate Destabilization and the Study of Religion
Journal of the American Academy of Religion
Volume 83, Issue 2
June 1, 2015
Introduction (By Todd LeVasseur)
“On Letting a Thousand Flowers Bloom: Religious Scholarship in a Time of Crisis” (By Lisa H. Sideris)
“Risky Hospitality: Ordinal Ethics and the Duties of Abundance” (By Laurie Zoloth)
“Climate Change: Insights from Hinduism” (By Vinay Lal)
“Misfit Messengers: Indigenous Religious Traditions and Climate Change” (By Jace Weaver)
“‘The Earth Is sui generis’: Destabilizing the Climate of Our Field” (By Todd LeVasseur)
“The End of the World As We Know It? Apocalypticism, Interdisciplinarity, and the Study of Religion” (By Sarah J. King)
“Theologians as Interpreters—Not Prophets—in a Changing Climate” (By Forrest Clingerman)
“Resilience, Lived Scholarship, and Sustainable Life” (By Bobbi Patterson and Robert Puckett)
“Reflections from the Field” (By Jeremy S. Pal)

Dominican Sisters of Caldwell fight against climate change
By Nicole Bitette
New Jersey Hills
May 22, 2015

Buddhists Go to the White House
By Hozan Alan Senauke
Lion’s Roar
May 15, 2015

250 Rabbis Sign Rabbinic Letter on the Climate Crisis
By Rabbi Arthur Waskow
The Shalom Center
May 11, 2015

Evangelicals become serious about climate change
By Douglas Todd
Vancouver Sun
May 9, 2015

Climate Change and the Christian Gospel: Why we need to respond more urgently
By David Atkins
May 6, 2015

Tikkun Magazine
Special Section: “The Place of Hope in an Age of Climate Disaster”
Spring 2015​

What the climate movement must learn from religion
By George Marshall
The Guardian
April 4, 2015

San Francisco Bay Area Refinery Corridor Healing Walks
Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN International) Blog
April 2, 2015

Forum: The Climate Change Crisis
The Episcopal Church
March 2015

Ash Wednesday Declaration bears fruit on Good Friday
Operation Noah
March 31, 2015

Climate denial is immoral, says head of US Episcopal church
By Suzanne Goldenberg
The Guardian
March 24, 2015

Hispanics Lead U.S. Catholics on Climate Change
By Katie Rose Quandt
March 11, 2015

Christians pray and march together to urge that it is time to act on climate change
Operation Noah
March 2, 2015

Deep in the Amazon, a Tiny Tribe Is Beating Big Oil
By David Goodman
Yes! Magazine
February 12, 2015

Religious Leaders Confronting Climate Change
Podcast with Mary Evelyn Tucker
Yale Climate Connections
February 11, 2015

Interfaith panel tackles global environmental problems at Dallas event
By Julie Ryan
Green Source DWF
February 3, 2015

Climate Change
Friends Journal
January 2015

A New Paradigm for Catholic Energy Ethics
By Erin Lothes Biviano
Catholic Moral Theology
January 28, 2015

Whether they want it or not, Republicans get religion on climate change
By Scott Detrow, E&E reporter
January 15, 2015

When the Anthropocene Came to Halji
By Chris Crews
State of Formation
January 8, 2015

Can a Christian Make Conservatives Care About Climate Change?
By Coco McPherson
Rolling Stone
January 1, 2015

Care for the Whole Creation: The World Council of Churches at COP20 in Lima
By Grace Ji-Sun Kim
Huffington Post
December 17, 2014

Global group of Catholic bishops call for end to fossil fuels
By Matt McGrath
BBC News
December 10, 2014

Bishops in Peru issue call to combat climate change
December 6, 2014

Gods and faith versus Coal in name of climate change
By Graham Readfearn
The Guardian
December 5, 2014

Church of England challenges BP and Shell over global warming
By Adam Vaughan
The Guardian
December 4, 2014

The New Paradigm of Energy Ethics
By Erin Lothes
Global Energy Affairs
December 2014

Faith groups divided over God’s role in climate change, natural disasters
By Michelle Boorstein
Washington Post
November 21, 2014

Spiritual and Sustainable: Religion Responds to Climate Change
By Michael Naughton
Harvard Divinity School
November 10, 2014

Faith community learning about climate change
By Arlene Edmonds
Philadelphia Tribune
October 30, 2014

International Worship Service for the Climate
October 28, 2014

Prayer movement launched for a just global climate agreement
Independent Catholic News
October 21, 2014

Churches Go Green by Shedding Fossil Fuel Holdings
New York Times
October 15, 2014

Evangelical clergy say addressing climate change is pro-life
Florida Times-Union
October 13, 2014

Nuttall: ‘Religious groups are taking action on climate change’
October 10, 2014

Experts Debate Moral, Religious Case for Climate Action
By Bobby Magill
Climate Central
October 9, 2014

Investing in Our Children’s Future: Divestment, Sustainability and Climate Justice
By Grace Ji-Sun Kim
Huffington Post
October 1, 2014

Southern African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute (SAFCEI) Newsletter
October 2014

‘Good Energy and Hope All Around’: Reflections on the People’s Climate March
By Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim
Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
September 30, 2014

Religious communities are concerned about the climate
September 30, 2014

Church of Sweden ditches assets in fossil fuel companies
Operation Noah
September 24, 2014

Mountaintop Experience and a Prophetic Call for Climate Change
By Grace Ji-Sun Kim
Huffington Post
September 23, 2014

These Inspiring Faith Leaders Have A Message For The UN’s Climate Summit
By Antonia Blumberg
Huffington Post
September 22, 2014

Climate Justice: World Council of Church’s Interfaith Summit on Climate Change
By Grace Ji-Sun Kim
Huffington Post
September 19, 2014

Green Spirit vs Climate Change: ‘All Together’ Podcast Hosted By Rev. Paul Raushenbush
Huffington Post
September 19, 2014

Religion and climate change – Competing to save the earth
By B.C.
The Economist
September 19, 2014

Church of England Joins World’s Leading Institutional Investors to Call For Carbon Pricing and Ambitious Global Climate Deal
Targeted News Service
September 18, 2014

An Appeal from Science Leaders to Religious Leaders on Environmental Protection
By Robert Monroe
September 18, 2014

Q&A: One Baptist Minister’s Long, Careful Road to Climate Activism
By Katherine Bagley
InsideClimate News
September 18, 2014

Religious Groups To Demand Action On Environment At People’s Climate March
By Antonia Blumberg
Huffington Post
September 16, 2014

Why climate change concerns pro-life Christians
By Tom Krattenmaker
USA Today
September 8, 2014

Faith groups bring ethical voice to UN Climate Summit
By Stephen Bede Scharper
The Star
September 7, 2014

Churches at the Frontline of Climate Action
By Melanie Mattauch
Inter Press Service
August 20, 2014

Swimming Against the Rising Tide
Secular Climate-Change Activists Can Learn From Evangelical Christians
By Kristin Dombek
New York Times
August 9, 2014

Competing Narratives on Climate
Carbon Rangers/Ecozoic Times
Vol. 7, No. 6
July-August 2014

Religious Conservatives Embrace Pollution Fight
By Theodore Schleifer
New York Times
July 30, 2014

Faith communities are dumping their fossil fuel investments
By Lauren Markoe, Religion News Service
Washington Post
July 16, 2014

Group Representing Half A Billion Christians Says It Will No Longer Support Fossil Fuels
By Emily Atkin
Climate Progress
July 11, 2014

University of Dayton Divests
June 23, 2014

When Global Warming Kills Your God
By Adam Weymouth
The Atlantic
June 3, 2014

Catholic Climate Covenant Encouraged by EPA Action, Much More Needed
Catholic Climate Covenant
June 1, 2014

U.S. Bishops Urge Action on Carbon Pollution To Stem Climate Change
United States Conference of Bishops
May 29, 2014

Come Into the Madang: World Council of Churches and Climate Justice
By Grace Ji-Sun Kim
Huffington Post
May 27, 2014

Brighthelm URC becomes the first UK church congregation to disinvest from fossil fuels
May 23, 2014

New Theology Review Special Issue on Climate Change
Vol 26, No 2 (2014)

Climate change is church’s No. 1 pro-life issue
National Catholic Reporter
May 20, 2014

Advocacy and Action on Climate Change: World Council of Churches
By Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Guillermo Kerber
Huffington Post
May 19, 2014

Environmental Injustice and Economic Issues: WCC’s Working Group on Climate Change
By Grace Ji-Sun Kim
Huffington Post
May 13, 2014

Interfaith leaders launch Blessed Tomorrow to catalyze people of faith on climate change
PR Newswire
May 7, 2014

Faith leaders need to find their voice on climate change
By Christiana Figueres
The Guardian
May 7, 2014

HASC lauds the White House on Unveiling Dire Warning - Climate Change Is Here
Action Needed Now - EcoDharmic Justice!
Hindu American Seva Communities Press Release
May 6, 2014

Why Should Evangelical Christians Care About Climate Change?
By Chris Mooney
May 3, 2014

Getting Out of Oil
By Doug Demeo
America: The National Catholic Review
April 21, 2014

Archbishop of Wales: Fundamental action needed to combat climate change
By Aled Blake
Wales Online
April 20, 2014

Young people seek an earth restored
By Emily Wirzba
Faith and Leadership
April 8, 2014

Giving up carbon for Lent
By Joshua Eaton
Faith and Leadership
April 8, 2014

Climate Change Threats To ‘The Least Of These’ Compel Evangelical Christians To Act
By Lynne Peeples
Huffington Post
April 5, 2014

Evangelicals Organize ‘Day of Prayer,’ Call for Action on Climate Change
By Alan Neuhauser
USA Today
April 4, 2014

Former archbishop of Canterbury reveals global climate change fears
The Guardian
March 30, 2014

Fossil Free PC(USA) divestment movement gains momentum
By Leslie Scanlon
The Presbyterian Outlook
February 18, 2014

Church of England vows to fight ‘great demon’ of climate change
By Sam Jones
The Guardian
February 12, 2014

Operation Noah welcomes CoE Synod decision to act on climate change
Independent Catholic News
February 12, 2014

8 Tribes That Are Way Ahead of the Climate-Adaptation Curve
By Terri Hansen
Indian Country Today Media Network
October 15, 2013

Christianity and climate change: the relationship between God and green
By Adam Corner
The Guardian
September 11, 2013

An Appeal To Those Concerned But Not Yet Alarmed About Climate Change
By GeorgeH
LDS Earth Stewardship
August 14, 2013

‘Blessing the facts,’ evangelical scientists urge Congress to reduce carbon emissions
By Coleen Jose
Environmental & Energy Daily
July 15, 2013

CoE to debate disinvestment from fossil fuels
Independent Catholic News
July 5, 2013

Church Dropping Fossil Fuel Investments
By The Associated Press
New York Times
July 3, 2013

United Church of Christ to become first U.S. denomination to move toward divestment from fossil fuel
By Micki Carter
United Church of Christ
July 1, 2013

Activist sees climate change as a spiritual issue
By Peter Smith
The Courier-Journal
June 29, 2013

American evangelicals and global warming
By N. Smith & A. Leiserowitz
Global Environmental Change
May 28, 2013

Move Our Money, Protect Our Planet: God, Earth, & Strategy
By Rabbi Arthur Waskow
The Shalom Center
May 23, 2013

Natural disasters, climate change, and the ‘burn it all downers’
By Richard Cizik
The Washington Post
May 21, 2013

For God So Loved the World
By Rose Marie Berger
Sojourners Magazine
May 2013

The Gathering Storm
By Janelle Tupper
Sojourners Magazine
May 2013

No Time for Arm-Chair Activists
By Julie Polter
Sojourners Magazine
May 2013

Feeding our Imagination
By Mallory McDuff
Sojourners Magazine
May 2013

Hinduism and Climate Change
By Makarand Paranjape
Meeting Rivers Series - 39
April 2013

Climate change: why the Guardian is putting threat to Earth front and centre
By Alan Rusbridger
The Guardian
March 6, 2015

Solar Panels Rare Amid the Steeples
By Kate Galbraith
March 6, 2013
New York Times

How Green Was the ‘Green Pope’?
By Daniel Stone
National Geographic News
February 28, 2013

God and climate change
By Robert H. Nelson
USA Today
February 14, 2013

On Climate Change, Americans May Trust Politics Above Preachers
By Liz Halloran
January 28, 2013

Climate Change Divestment Campaign Spreads to America’s Churches
By Katherine Bagley
InsideClimate News
January 10, 2013

Faith and Climate Protection
Deutsche Welle, 2013

A Spirit Earthly Enough: Toward a Philosophy for the Emerging Franciscan Earth Corps to Engage Youth in Climate Change Adaptation
By Brother Coyote (Gary Paul Nabhan, OEF, PhD.)
December 2012

Some wish Islam would inform climate debate
Associated Press
December 1, 2012

Emerging Force on Climate Change: Religion, Ecology, Ethics, and Morality
By Lisa Palmer   
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
November 30, 2012

Ecobuddhism Interview with Susan Murphy Roshi: Minding the Earth
Ecological Buddhism, 2012

Faith in Action: Empowering the Poor to Reach Universal Energy Access
Workshop hosted by the World Faiths Development Dialogue and the United Nations Foundation
At the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs
Georgetown University, Washington, DC
October 2, 2012

Preachable Moments: Evangelical Christians and Climate Change
By Lisa Palmer
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
June 28, 2012

Presbyterians and Climate Change
By Julie Halpert 
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
April 19, 2012

‘Green Muslims,’ Eco-Islam and Evolving Climate Change Consciousness
By John Wihbey 
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
April 11, 2012

The United Church of Christ and Climate Change
By Christine Woodside 
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
April 5, 2012

Baptists and Climate Change
By Sara Peach 
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
March 13, 2012

Episcopalians Confronting Climate Change
By Lisa Palmer 
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
March 6, 2012

Judaism and Climate Change
By Julie Halpert
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
February 29, 2012

The Catholic Church and Climate Change
By Bruce Lieberman
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
February 14, 2012

Nationwide Climate ‘Preach-In’ To Target Broad Faith-Group Congregations
By Bud Ward 
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & The Media
February 7, 2012

Loving the Least of These: Addressing a Changing Environment
By Dorothy Boorse; contributions from Leith Anderson, Ken Wilson, Christopher Shore, Thomas Ackerman, Galen Carey, and Jo Anne Lyon
National Association of Evangelicals, 2011

Climate change and the ecological intelligence of Confucius
By Shih-yu Kuo
Journal of Global Ethics, 7:2 (2011): 185-194
DOI: 10.1080/17449626.2011.590278

How Confucianism could curb global warming
By James Miller
The Christian Science Monitor
June 26, 2009


Header photo credit: Abandoned farmland, flooded by glacial melt, Nepal ©Peter Prokosch, courtesy of UNEP