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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

According to Gallup’s annual survey on the environment in 2002, concern over the environment has given way to concerns about crime, homelessness, drugs and other issues. The 2002 numbers revealed a drop to 35 percent. […] Read More

Our society has engrained a disposable lifestyle that’s harming our environment. Ultimately, the climate crisis is about sin, and God is the answer. That’s why Christians must lead the way on this issue. […] Read More

We live in a time when the greed to produce outweighs the desperate needs of the environment and the dignity of the most vulnerable. As Christians, we are called to love our neighbor as ourselves. And the Earth is our neighbor. […] Read More

Leading climate scientists have warned us the climate clock is ticking. However, with insufficient solidarity and widespread complacency, a viable solution appears to be far on the horizon. We have only one hope remaining. […] Read More

We need to be seriously concerned about our earth and the life systems that comprise it. These 5 practical measures offer a path of hope and will give us plenty to do. […] Read More

Happy Earth Day 2017! “But wait,” you might say, “should Christians celebrate ‘Earth Day?’ How does our faith help us think about what the Bible calls ‘Creation’?” Here are three important biblical themes for Christians to reflect upon for Earth Day: 1. “The whole earth is the Lord’s and everything in it” (Psalm 24:1). God […] Read More

The tradition of celebrating Earth Day on April 22 is one of the fruits of “environmental awakening” in the end of the 1960s. Started in 1970 in the United States, it has grown into an international movement with partners in 196 countries. This year’s Earth Day is focusing on environmental and climate literacy. The campaign […] Read More

Baptists leaders from Europe and the United States recently discussed barriers to church engagement on the environment in an online conversation moderated by EthicsDaily.com. Helle Liht, assistant general secretary of the European Baptist Federation, and Brian Kaylor, associate director of Churchnet, joined EthicsDaily.com media producer Cliff Vaughn for a conversation about what churches are and […] Read More