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Harvard Divinity Bulletin Winter/Spring 2015 (Vol. 43, Nos. 1&2) By Tim DeChristopher Recently, there has been a growing discussion of climate change as a moral issue, both in academia and in religious communities. This past fall I spoke at three religion and climate change conferences in as… Read More »
Climate change is a moral challenge threatening the rights of the world’s poorest people and those who deny it are not using God’s gift of knowledge, says presiding bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori. March 24, 2015 The Guardian By Suzanne Goldenberg The highest ranking woman in the Anglican… Read More »
The Washington Toxics Coalition explains how the Department of Ecology cites health concerns and availability of safer alternatives in a new report on flame retardants – further proof that these toxic chemicals don’t belong in our homes! January 29, 2015 Washington Toxics Coalition (Seattle, WA) A… Read More »
The Lummi Nation has requested that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers deny permits for proposed coal export facility at Cherry Point. The tribe cites severe impact to treaty fishing rights, as well as their cultural and spiritual ways of life. January 5, 2014 Lummi Indian… Read More »
Lutheran Bishop Martin Wells’ OpEd regarding the Columbia River Treaty, which outlines the moral and ethical issues at stake in modernizing the Treaty, as well as key principles that must be addressed in its renegotiation. Rev. Martin Wells High Country News December 30, 2014 As bishop of… Read More »
Governor Inslee kicked off the Legislative Session with a step towards improved water quality: a fish consumption rule. This rule precedes and complements the Toxic Reduction Act that he is expected to introduce. Randi Abrams-Caras, one of Earth Ministry’s partners at the Washington State Toxics Coalition, discusses the bill and… Read More »
By Brad Shannon The Olympian January 11, 2015 Washington state lawmakers begin a 105-day legislative session Monday, and the biggest political fights could seem familiar to voters. The unknowns are solutions that can pass both chambers of a divided Legislature. Even before the November election narrowed the… Read More »
Cynthia Moe-Lobeda encourages the religious organizations of Cascadia to lead the way in divestment from fossil fuels. As we see climate change disrupt Earth’s web of life and disproportionately impact vulnerable populations, “never before in Christian history have the stakes in heeding our call to neighbor-love been so high.”… Read More »
Earth Ministry was proud to host author and international speaker John de Graaf for our 20th annual Celebration of St. Francis. John, co-author of Affluenza and What’s the Economy For, Anyway?, made the case that Americans work too much and consume too much, and that… Read More »
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A reflection on the People’s Climate March by Earth Ministry Outreach Coordinator, Jessica Zimmerle. Originally published on Earth Ministry’s Blog, To Inspire and Mobilize October 10, 2014 Dear friends, All of creation is suffering from the injustices of climate change. Unfortunately, increased natural disasters, droughts, and extreme weather… Read More »