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Creation Care

Wendell Berry, who turns 85 today, is my favorite living farmer. More than that, this wordsmith and environmental activist challenged us to “think little” to achieve a healthy environment. May we heed his prophetic voice. […] Read More

Humans are accelerating the rate of extinction of plant and animal species by rates unseen before. If we claim to love and serve the Creator, we will love what has been created and do what we can to protect all species. […] Read More

Adopting “climate-friendly diets” is essential to creating a sustainable future and mitigating the negative impacts of climate change, a UN panel said. One panelist observed the “way we eat is threatening the planet.” […] Read More

The more we learn about outdoor air pollution’s effects on human health, the more we should be motivated to protect our loved ones and others from this threat. Consider these steps to protect yourself and your family. […] Read More

A million animal and plant species are now at risk of extinction, representing about one-fourth of the world’s plants and animals, a soon-to-be-released report says. […] Read More

A “flood” of plastic is creating untold environmental costs and overrunning poorer nations. A new report reveals that the global recycling trade isn’t as environmentally friendly as it seems and often harms poorer nations. […] Read More

The EPA formally proposed a rule to roll back protections to our nation’s waters under the Clean Water Act, a federal law that fends off unpermitted pollution in waterways. Clean water cannot be taken for granted. […] Read More

Two roadblocks preventing many churches from adopting better environmental stewardship practices are political leanings and distrust of science. Here’s how one church became more eco-friendly, and it started with solar panels. […] Read More

Robert S. Dutch’s wide-ranging 2017 book is an open examination of the pros and cons of the nuclear power industry, advocating the key role of a nuclear source of electricity in the fight against anthropogenic climate change. […] Read More

This planet is God’s garden, and God is the Gardener. Sadly, humans have continued to thwart the Gardener and position themselves as “owners” of the land when we are merely caretakers. We must embrace a theology of creation-care. […] Read More