80th General Convention officially opposes new fossil-fuel infrastructure and endorses a Green New Deal

Episcopal Church leaders The Rev. Gay Clark Jennings and Presiding Bishop Michael Curry at the 80th General Convention. Photo: Scott Gunn via Episcopal News Service On July 12, the Episcopal Church wrapped up the 80th meeting of its (usually triennial but COVID-delayed) General Convention, the bicameral body that officially governs the U.S.-based Anglican denomination. During... Continue Reading →

It’s our first birthday!

It's hard to believe, but Episcopal Climate News turns one today! It's been a remarkable first year for this community: Thirty-seven weekly bulletin inserts, hundreds of memes, thousands of Facebook posts, and 2,550+ Facebook likes, with more than 20,000 people seeing our independent content about climate change and the Episcopal Church each week. Thank you... 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 →

7 Tips to Green Your Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Here are several tips to help you plan a greener holiday, whether at home or at your parish's community feast: 1. Use reusable dishes and napkins: Avoid the waste of paper or plastic plates, cups, and silverware. If Thanksgiving isn't a festive enough day for the good china or... Continue Reading →

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