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Rev. Jim Antal (MACUCC)

Why Faith Leaders Are Not “Joining the Environmental Movement”

Pope Inspires Clergy to Join Environmental Movement came to my inbox recently as one in a list of articles on faith leadership on climate and environmental issues.   I agree with the article that Pope Francis’ leadership on climate, creation care, and justice has raised important awareness of these issues, especially how they are integrated. […]

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Coming Together in Faith on Climate Videos: Sustenance for Our 2016 Climate Journey

On September 24-25, 2015, Blessed Tomorrow, with our partners Convergence, Washington National Cathedral, Auburn Seminary, Faith in Public Life, and Interfaith Power and Light DC, brought together Christian, Jewish, Muslim and other national leaders to an extraordinary event called Coming Together in Faith on Climate. Together, we amplified Pope Francis’ call for climate action for […]

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ecoAmerica’s 11 Biggest Milestones of 2015

2015 was an incredible year for the climate movement, with leaders in every sector speaking out and demanding climate action. ecoAmerica continued to empower those leaders through summits, programs, and research designed to reinforce effective climate messaging and strategies. It was a busy, inspiring year filled with major events and achievements. Here are 11 of […]

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Faith Leaders Making Their Love Visible Through Climate Solutions

The week before last, I was blessed to join hundreds of faith leaders who gathered in Washington D.C. for Coming Together in Faith on Climate.   Co-sponsoring the event with Convergence, Washington National Cathedral, Auburn Theological Seminary, Interfaith Power and Light (D.C., MD, No. VA), Divest/Invest, and Faith in Public Life, Blessed Tomorrow amplified Pope […]

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Looking Back on a Huge Week for Climate Progress

Last week was a very eventful and important one for ecoAmerica and the climate movement.   It started off on Sunday, September 20, with the Climate Health Summit in Washington, D.C. This event, held by Climate for Health, Physicians for Social Responsibility, and a number of other prominent health organizations, brought together climate and health leaders […]

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What to Watch For During Climate Week

The seventh Climate Week NYC kicks off today – and on this most important of years for climate action, it promises a full agenda of exciting and inspiring events. From summits to debates to hackathons, Climate Week NYC provides an international platform for leaders and innovators from all sectors to work together towards a low-carbon […]

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Connecting with Hope and Climate Justice in Columbus, Ohio

Two weeks ago, I attended the Disciples of Christ biennial General Assembly in Columbus, Ohio. Disciples are a founding partner of Blessed Tomorrow, so I was invited to join and help announce our partnership, share fellowship, and dialog with Disciples clergy and leaders about climate change and creation care.   At the Restoring Creation workshop, […]

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