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Latinos, Faith, and the Real Cost of Climate

“¿Cuánto cuesta?” asks Blessed Tomorrow Executive Committee member and National Latino Evangelical Coalition President Rev. Dr. Gabriel Salguero in a recent op-ed for The Huffington Post. In English, “How much does it cost?”   In response to climate solutions, such as proposed EPA carbon regulations on power plants, some have said that acting on climate will hurt minority communities and the most […]

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Making the Evangelical Case for Climate Action

A recent article in the Boston Globe features Dr. Dorothy Boorse, a biology professor at a Christian evangelical school, Gordon College, in Wenham, Massachusetts. Dr. Boorse helps to break the stereotype that the evangelical community is anti-science and skeptical of climate change. In fact, she helped to produce “Loving the Least of These” with the National Association of […]

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MomentUs Leader Katharine Hayhoe Named to TIME’s 100

Congratulations to MomentUs leader Katharine Hayhoe, who was just named one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world. Hayhoe is both a climate scientist – she’s the Director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech and a lead author on the 2014 National Climate Assessment – and an evangelical Christian. Hayhoe […]

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Evangelical Christians Taking Lead on Climate Solutions

While some evangelicals perceive a conflict between faith and science, a growing number are starting to rally for climate solutions, according to a recent article in The Huffington Post. Many evangelical Christians are especially motivated by the fact that climate change will disproportionately affect the world’s most poor and vulnerable, or “the least of these,” […]

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Evangelical Leader Advocates Family Planning to Fight Climate Change

An evangelical that supports family planning as a means to help fight climate change? Believe it. Richard Cizik, a historical key leader of evangelical Christians, explains he changed his mind on the issues that right-winged evangelicals are normally against “because the evidence indicated that I needed to change my mind.” To persuade his fellow evangelicals […]

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