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In a world full of global crises, worrying about the plight of insects seems insignificant. But think about this: As we decimate insect populations, we are literally unraveling the global ecosystem from the bottom up. […] Read More

A natural climate change event some 4,200 years ago ended the Akkadian Empire. It’s a chilling reminder that another climate change, spurred by human activity, could have a devastating cost for our planet’s 7.7 billion people. […] Read More

As climate change brings injustice to people living in poverty and to our planet, Christians must live sustainably, raise our collective voice to world leaders and pray and worship in a way that inspires great change. […] Read More

Extreme weather events related to human-caused climate change killed thousands, displaced millions and caused billions in damage in 2018, a Christian Aid report says. […] Read More

If we’re going to turn around our environmental crisis, we can no longer leave it to scientists, corporations or government. We, as a society, must do a better job. […] Read More

While global temperatures continue to rise, ozone conditions have improved since 2014 as a result of an international agreement to reduce ozone-depleting substances. […] Read More

Christians must be a prophetic voice in their communities and embody an alternative model of lifestyle in the wake of climate warnings from the world’s leading scientists. It isn’t too late yet. […] Read More

While government and industry leaders worldwide need to make significant efforts to avert disastrous environmental consequences, each of us can still make a dent when we do our part. […] Read More

We’re facing a global environmental crisis. With our methods of resource allocation leaving much to be desired, our children and the rest of God’s creation will inherit the ecological debt that we are failing to pay. […] Read More

Four faith-based colleges and universities made it into the top 20 in the Sierra Club’s list of green-friendly higher education institutions. Three of those four were Jesuit-affiliated schools. […] Read More