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US Congregations Take Action on Climate Change

Walls made out of straw? A solar victory over coal? These aren’t lofty environmental dreams or fantasies of the Big Bad Wolf. These are just some of the ways Interfaith Power & Light’s (IPL) Cool Congregations Challenge winners take action to respond to the threat of climate change. “It’s very inspiring to see so many congregations stepping up […]

April 29th

West Virginia Church Makes Solar History

Last week in West Virginia, Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church members, project organizers, and local leaders held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new solar installation at the church. While the church’s installation is by no means the first of its kind, the residents and businesses who made it possible have also made history. They launched a new […]

September 5th

Should God Protect the Coal Industry?

During its reign King Coal has polluted our air, contaminated our water, and sickened our families. But its reign is coming to an end. In response to climate reports and the EPA’s proposed carbon pollution regulations, the energy economy is poised for a dramatic shift away from fossil fuels toward renewables. It’s a shift that is supported […]

August 19th