No other incident during Standing Rock better illustrates the collaboration between police and private security in suppressing the NoDAPL movement.
An evangelical mountain town lost eight people to flooding from an extreme rain storm. Many residents see the Biblical prophecy of the apocalypse, and welcome it. This story was also published with West Virginia Public Radio.
Christian leaders from various countries have signed a letter demanding action on the Parish Agreement in 2015 as the next phase of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP23) in Bonn, Germany, draws nearer.
Mpls.' Mount Olive Lutheran Church turns to the earth to support the heavens
Supporters’ contributions to our podcast on population and climate change show exactly why we need to talk about this issue
Not that long ago, chance are pretty good Interfaith Power & Light (IP&L;) was not a household name in many homes in North Carolina.
OSLO (Reuters) - Forty Roman Catholic groups said on Tuesday they were shunning investments in fossil fuels and urged others to follow suit.
Friedman (left): ‘One of the things that I feel that Judaism has given me as an activist is the importance of framing what’s happening in a way that inspires instead of shuts down.’
Bears Ears is sacred to Native Americans. But heritage isn't all equal for Trump
Before Pastor Jim Therrien, 49, moved to New Mexico, he rarely thought about environmental issues. Back in Kansas, where he was born and raised, the grass outside his home was always green, and though the state had an active oil industry, companies fenced off well sites properly and promptly cleaned up spills. But then he and his family saw the impacts of energy development on the Southwestern landscape and their new church community. Therrien began to think about the connection between the local environment and the broader issue of climate change.
˜Enough Already, Said God
COVID-19 has all of us cleaning more—but the products designed to kill viruses and bacteria can have dangerous health impacts. Here's how to scrub safely.
Researchers say that more microplastics pollution is getting into farm soil than oceans—and these tiny bits are showing up in our fruits, veggies, and bodies.