2022 Climate Articles

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