Friends, we need your voice! We just got back from DC where we met with members of Congress -- urging them to take action on climate change. Climate change is already leading to great losses of food and agricultural resources in many regions of the world. If not urgently addressed, climate change will put millions more people at risk of increased hunger, disease and disasters.
As important as it is to remember that we care about climate change because it threatens the poor, we also care about climate change because we care for all creation. Our theology is bankrupt if it has no imperative to protect the planet's vulnerable species, land, and water resources.Read more