Through bible reflections, video clips of guest speakers and discussion questions, this 5-session online course created by St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church provides a starting point to explore the church’s role in addressing the climate crisis.
This 12-part series lead by St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church takes a closer look at important steps we can take to reduce our carbon footprint. Experts explain how the decisions we make everyday — about what we buy, what we eat, what we throw away and how we invest — impact climate change and how we can make more informed, climate-friendly choices.
Katharine Hayhoe is a climate scientist, United Nations Champion of the Earth and an evangelical who has navigated all sides of the conversation about climate change. In her new book, Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World, Katharine argues, that in our divided world, we need to move beyond facts and figures and share our stories in order to truly enable social change. And in this book she gives you the tools to do it.