United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26) – Posts

  • Contemporary Rogation Sunday in North Omaha

    By the Ven. Betsy Blake Bennett, Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska Church of the Resurrection is an intentionally diverse parish in Omaha, Nebraska, with a history of ministry focused on issues […]

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  • Update on accessing Inflation Reduction Act funding for renewable energy 

    In 2022, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was signed into law. This is the largest climate bill passed since the 1970s and there are many ways you can utilize this […]

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  • Grant Highlight: Episcopal Diocese of Northern California churches developing action plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030

    By Bob Wohlsen Churches throughout the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California are utilizing the recommendations in their energy-efficiency assessment reports to develop action plans that will guide them to achieve […]

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  • Opinion: Episcopal Church Divestment from Fossil Fuels – Just Do It!

    By Lella Lowe I am a member of Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Mobile, Alabama, in the Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast. Deeply concerned about the climate crisis, […]

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  • Grant highlight:  An Episcopal Path to Creation Justice 

    By the Rev. Rachel Field The groaning of creation has been increasingly audible as we witness (and experience) the ways that climate change is driving ecosystem collapse around the world.  As […]

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  • Rooted and Grounded in Faith: A Report from the Province V and Province IV Creation Care Retreat

    by Lella Lowe  Over the weekend of May 5-7, 23 people from all over Provinces IV and V of The Episcopal Church gathered at the beautiful Nazareth Retreat Center, south […]

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  • Celebrating Earth Month in the Diocese of Northern California

    By the Rev. Pamela Dolan The Commission on the Environment for the Diocese of Northern California is encouraging all congregations to mark Earth Day in some way that is appropriate for their […]

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  • Creation Care in the ‘Third Act’ of Life

    By Mary Jane Cherry Ten days before Christmas 2021, the unexpected occurred in my state: Tornadoes unleashed their fury in far western Kentucky, and a mile-wide EF4 devastated the city […]

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  • Ola I Ka Wai – Water Is Life: The Red Hill Crisis Threatens Pristine Water Source

    By the Rev. Jenn Latham, in conversation with the Rev. Kaleo Patterson Living in the islands and on Oahu for the last four years has been a transformative experience for […]

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  • Freedom Flows Along the Coasts: Environmental History is Black History

    By the Rev. Melanie Mullen This month, we honor Black History Month by sharing stories about African American history in creation care and the significant intersection of racial and environmental […]

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  • Introducing the Churchwide Task Force on Care of Creation and Environmental Racism

    By the Rev. Stephanie Johnson In October 2022, the Task Force on Care of Creation and Environmental Racism was reestablished based on Resolution A086, adopted by General Convention in Baltimore in July. […]

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  • Finding Spirituality in Nature: Fishing Ministry in Arlington, Virginia

    By Pete Nunnally Last year, during the shad run, when ocean-dwelling shad come up the rivers to spawn, I began taking parishioners fishing with me. Soon thereafter a fishing ministry […]

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