Episcopalians at U.N. climate conference reject Trump delegation’s climate denial

In October, the world's leading body of climate scientists and researchers -- the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change -- released a long -awaited report that found climate change is happening faster than previously thought, the consequences will be even deadlier and more expensive than previously confirmed, and the world has only 12 years... Continue Reading →

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20 books about religion and ecology for the Christian readers on your list

Looking for the perfect Christmas gift for the preacher or Christian reader in your life? Try these books about faith and the environment! Alphabetical by author: Climate Church, Climate World: How People of Faith Must Work for Change, by the Rev. Jim Antal. The United Church of Christ’s leading voice on climate change explores climate... Continue Reading →

Local Projects: The Diocese of California

This week’s ECN local project spotlight features the Episcopal Diocese of California and its eco-justice conference! Share on Facebook Last year, the Episcopal Church approved 44 Stewardship of Creation grants for local projects, including many great ideas that your parish or diocese could do too. Every Thursday, to help highlight the exciting work happening across... Continue Reading →

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