January 2019 News

January 29, 2019
January 29, 2019 By Brian Roewe National Catholic Reporter A bipartisan bill aiming to place a price on carbon emissions represents “a hopeful sign” that legislators are...
January 25, 2019
January 24, 2019By Dorothy WoodendThe Tyee Sprawling UBC exhibition is powerful, diverse and compelling “A sharing economy loses out to a taking economy because, when...
January 25, 2019
The Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture seeks submissions for a special issue with the theme “Engendering Nature”. This issue will explore the...
January 24, 2019
January 24, 2019 By Akola ThompsonMongabay In Guyana’s sprawling Kanuku mountain range, indigenous villagers partner with researchers, scientists and conservation...
January 24, 2019
Have you made your plans to celebrate Earth Day 2019?  Pre-order “All Creation Gives God Praise: Protecting Biodiversity in a Time of Climate Crisis”,  the 2019...
January 20, 2019
January 20, 2019 By Rhiannon Johnson CBC News The fishing communities of Saugeen First Nation and Chippewas of Nawash are finding higher winds and warmer temperatures are...
January 18, 2019
January 18, 2019By Alejandra Borunda National Geographic View the photos with this story here. When Alemayehu Wassie Eshete was a boy, he went to church each Sunday. He...
January 16, 2019
January 16, 2019By Joe WhittleThe Guardian Deep within the humid green heart of the largest river swamp in North America, a battle is being waged over the future of the most...
January 11, 2019
January 11, 2019 By Alex Mikulich  National Catholic Reporter Among the many initiatives that offer real hope for the future as the new Congress begins its work in 2019...
January 9, 2019
January 8, 2019By Catholic News Service National Catholic Reporter Jakarta, Indonesia — Months after Indonesia’s military was summoned to unclog Jakarta Bay,...
January 9, 2019
January 9, 2019The Shalom Center A chronology of divestment The process by which one Jewish congregation divested its holdings in fossil fuels By Members of Kolot Chayyeinu...
January 9, 2019
January 9, 2019By Jessica CorbettCommon Dreams “Many Indigenous people are victims of voter suppression, divided families by walls and borders, an environmental holocaust,...
January 6, 2019
January 6, 2019By Astrid PrangeDeutsche Welle Germany and Brazil have a long history of partnering on environmental protection. But President Jair Bolsonaro’s stances...
January 5, 2019
January 4, 2019 By Gerard HelferichWall Street Journal It seems we have much to learn from our green companions—about everything from designing buildings to...
January 3, 2019
January 3, 2019By Christina Gray, Catholic News ServiceNational Catholic Reporter Deacon Ray Helgeson left his home in Paradise on the morning of Nov. 8, 2018, with his wife...
January 3, 2019
January 3, 2019By Norman WirzbaABC Religion and Ethics “What’s for dinner?” As a kid, this was one of my favourite questions to ask. So much anticipation was built into...
January 1, 2019
January 1, 2019 By Yonat Shimron, Religion News Service EnvironmentNational Catholic Reporter On a chilly fall day several weeks ago, volunteers from five Maryland...