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 →


Announcing ECN’s new deputy editor, Perry Hodgkins Jones

The volunteer Episcopal Climate News team is literally doubling in size: Please welcome our new deputy editor, Perry Hodgkins Jones! Perry is a self-described "happy member of the Episcopal laity." She works for an environmental education non-profit in western North Carolina, holds a Masters in Theology and the Environment from Sewanee's School of Theology, coordinates... Continue Reading →

Climate Change Announced as Theme for the Diocese of Upper South Carolina’s Annual Convention

Each year, the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina's annual convention includes a "Leadership Day" of keynote speakers and breakout sessions. This year, Bishop W. Andrew Waldo announced on October 17,  Leadership Day will focus on climate change and environmental stewardship. "As Christians," Bishop Waldo said in a YouTube video, "we need to take care of what God... Continue Reading →

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