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Leading Black Advocates Speak to Diversity in the Climate Movement

Leading Black Advocates Speak to Diversity in the Climate Movement

By Nexus Media, February 14, 2019 This is part of a series for Black History Month on Black scientists, activists and entrepreneurs who are tackling the greatest problem of our time. The mainstream environmental movement is overwhelmingly white — and it’s only...

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From Grassroots to Government: A Climate Assessment Presents a Moral Opportunity

From Grassroots to Government: A Climate Assessment Presents a Moral Opportunity

Sojourners By Christina Colón 12-03-2018 A recent U.S. climate assessment made headlines last week for its conclusion that the victims of climate change are no longer some future generation, but us — and we’re feeling the effects now. Three days after the Trump...

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Rhode Island church uses solar to promote environmental stewardship

Rhode Island church uses solar to promote environmental stewardship

Energy News Network , Written By Meg Dalton November 6, 2018 For a growing number of houses of worship, investing in renewable energy is a focus of “creation care.” The two-century-old Newman Congregational Church looks like a piece of history, standing on a grassy...

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Moral obligation to vulnerable communities means protecting clean car standards

Moral obligation to vulnerable communities means protecting clean car standards

Op-Ed By Reverend Susan Hendershot, IPL President — 10/27/18 11:30 AM EDT If the recent United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report is any indication, we have our work cut out for us to ensure a healthy planet for future generations. The...

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State of Belief Radio Interview with IPL Board Chair, Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley

State of Belief Radio Interview with IPL Board Chair, Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley

A growing number of houses of worship and faith-inspired organizations are joining scientists, activists and other concerned citizens to speak out about the urgent importance of addressing climate change. Among those groups is Interfaith Power and Light, where the...

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Abilene Reporter News: Hardin-Simmons professor brings faith angle to environmental talk

Abilene Reporter News: Hardin-Simmons professor brings faith angle to environmental talk

Lobby Day on Capitol Hill doesn’t sound like a date that a university professor would circle on his calendar. But Rick Hammer, associate professor of biology and environmental science at Hardin-Simmons University, had June 12 marked for a long time. That was the...

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