(RNS) — Geoengineering can be controversial because it intentionally interferes with the climate system. Religious groups are now being invited to weigh in on the ethics.
Putting Down Roots
RNS looks at religion and the environment
OJAI, Calif. (RNS) — On a recent Sunday, 12 people walked silently among resilient, reborn wildflowers and then shared their thoughts, sang and prayed in a circle of blankets under an oak tree.
(RNS) — Stunning amounts of food waste produced in Muslim-majority nations during the holy month have led to a gradual awakening about Muslims’ responsibilities to the environment. Now, U.S. Muslims hope to lead their communities toward a zero-waste...
GREENSBORO, N.C. (RNS) — Smaller, African-American churches are convinced of the moral obligations of switching to renewable energy sources, but the speed with which they take on solar panels has much to do with economics and state regulations.
BALTIMORE (RNS) — The Rev. Heber Brown III, founder of the Black Church Food Security Network, says that 'food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries will not change the underlying conditions that have our community hungry in the first place.'
PAICINES, Calif. (RNS) — When 40 faith-based farmers gathered for a first-of-its-kind weekend at a working ranch near San Jose, they sought nothing less than a complete disruption of how food is grown, distributed and even served.
(RNS) — We can start by expanding our vision and admitting that Easter is about God’s relationship with the whole world — not just human beings.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (RNS) — South Africa’s crown jewel is experiencing its worst drought ever. As government officials threaten apocalyptic comparisons to World War II and 9/11, faith groups offer hope and a way forward.
(RNS) — Despite widespread efforts to advance environmental awareness among Christians, a new study shows that two decades of advocacy has not made Christians any greener in their outlooks.