Tyndale Seminary offers an online “Creation Care Reading Room” for people without easy access to a seminary library. You’ll find many helpful resources here. (Photo © Elena Schweitzer – Fotolia.com)
Check out this excellent article by Ben Lowe in the current issue or Relevant Magazine. To read the entire article, you’ll need to register, but it’s well worth it. (Photo: William Warby, Creative Commons)
In this article, Daniel Goleman, Ph.D., discusses why it is important to teach ecoliteracy to develop social and emotional learning skills. These principles are equally applicable to Christian education programs and parish life initiatives.
Catholic Bernard Unabali of Papua New Guinea serves people who became the world’s first Climate Change Refugees when rising sea levels overran their atoll communities, and he expects there to be many more refugees coming years. Part of a Catholic symposium on climate change, his witness helps connect faith and the environment.
Climate change has become a polarizing issue in our country. But the Environmental Protection Agency has some impartial, non-alarmist, authoritative, commonsense information about the science of climate change — and what we can do about it! (Photo © Dmitry Rukhlenko – Fotolia.com)
The Catholic Church hierarchy, beginning with the Pope more than two decades ago, has framed climate change as a moral issue involving ‘the future of God’s creation’ and one best viewed through four principles guiding Catholics’ worldview. Nice article from the Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media. (Photo (c) Andrii Iurlov – Fotlia)
Caring for the environment is a way of respecting our God, the Creator, and loving our neighbor, including the generations who will come after us. Here are 11 great suggestions — you can make one or all of them a New Year’s Goal — on what you and your congregation can do to help improve the environment. Posted on Beliefnet. (Photo by Aussiegall, used by Creative Commons license. Thanks!)
Is Superstorm Sandy a symptom of climate change? Listen to this interview with Christian climate scientist Katherine Hayhoe who puts the storm into historical and scientific perspective, as well as providing an update on the latest in climate science. Posted on Patheos. (Photo by DVDSHUB, used by Creative Commons License. Thanks. Photo is a house […]
Here is a handy study course consisting of nine sessions of two hours each that explores the challenges of climate change from scientific and spiritual dimensions. Leaders will find everything they need to plan and run the course. Written from a Baha’i faith standpoint, the materials are readily adaptable for other contexts. (NASA Photo, public domain)
Here’s a detailed article by Bill McKibben published in the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine that explains the chilling math of climate change. Regardless of where you stand on the issue, McKibben’s thoughtful analysis is a must-read for anyone who cares about the stewardship of creation. Click here to access the article. (Photo by […]