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Making Peace With International Organizations

Progressives often associate international organizations with globalization and neoliberal economic policies, and there is truth to this critique.  Right-wing intellectuals associate them with liberal policy initiatives like family planning and environmental regulation, and there is truth to those connections, as

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Solar Energy and God’s Providence: Machina ex Deus?

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This week’s mini-series is a collaborative effort with Ecclesio. Check out these and other articles at www.ecclesio.com. Climate change is upon us. Regardless of the symptoms, the diagnosis by experts is almost unanimous; the planet is warming and there will be consequences.[1] Some would even argue that we have passed

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Communion and Climate Change

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This week’s mini-series is a collaborative effort with Ecclesio. Check out these and other articles at www.ecclesio.com. In our time of climate change, what does it mean to gather at the Table? Can our thanksgiving and intercession, our taking, blessing, breaking, and sharing bread, shape our response to the entire

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Unbinding Creation: Children of Dust, Children of God

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This week’s mini-series is a collaborative effort with Ecclesio. Check out these and other articles at www.ecclesio.com. Climate change is a reality that simply cannot be denied any longer. 97% of scientists agree that the changes in earth’s temperatures and weather patterns are caused by human action. Even if we

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Developing Community Resiliency in Disaster Recovery

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We have entered a new territory in natural disasters, with fewer resources to prepare and respond. A new model for disaster recovery is needed, in which everyone has a role to play: government, the business sector, individuals and families, education and foundations as well as voluntary organizations. Together, we can

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National Preach-In on Global Warming

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February 8-10, 2013 Organized by Interfaith Power & Light   It’s time for the 2013 National Preach-In on Global Warming, Interfaith Power & Light’s biggest event of the year. On the weekend before Valentine’s Day, thousands of clergy, lay leaders, and other people of faith will speak of their abiding

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Sandy Voted

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General Editor Chris Iosso prepares the way for Unbound’s upcoming environmental journal issue in this editorial, which argues that Hurricane Sandy “voted” in the 2012 election by dramatically redirecting our fears away from largely non-existent military enemies and toward a non-human threat that requires vision and cooperation: climate change. Citing

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Petition for Climate Justice

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Do iT in Durban Join the National Council of Churches’ Eco-Justice campaign in the quest to seek climate justice during the United Nations negotiations in Durban. People of faith are bringing the religious voice to bear on the need to address climate change to protect vulnerable populations–low-income communities and communities of color–around

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