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Presbyterians for Earth Care offers up a webinar on sustainable transportation

Scott Minos, who heads up the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Saver initiative and works in DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, made the case during a Presbyterians for Earth Care webinar last week that sustainable transportation is an important way to care for the planet.

A climate scientist makes a clear case for climate change during a Presbyterians for Earth Care webinar

Around 180 people registered for last week’s Presbyterians for Earth Care webinar “The Climate Crisis: Where are we in 2023?” Dr. Colin Evans, a post-doctoral research associate at the Northeast Regional Climate Change Center at Cornell University, spoke and answered questions afterward. Watch the webinar, hosted the Rev. Bruce Gillette, Moderator of PEC, by going here.

New York Avenue Presbyterian Church hosts a talk on moral injury and climate change

Dr. Rita Nakashima Brock, an acclaimed author and theologian and a senior vice president and director of the Shay Moral Injury Center at Volunteers of America, is serving this summer as the McClendon Scholar-in-Residence at New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C. On Wednesday, she gave an online lecture, “Moral Injury and Climate Change: Reclaiming Our Love for This Earth.”

Ways churches can respond to extreme heat and climate change

With climate change and other factors contributing to scorching conditions in various parts of the world, Creation Justice Ministries hosted a recent webinar to help churches spring into action, from becoming cooling centers to advocating for environmentally friendly legislation.

Presbyterian pastor, Menaul School students help unearth a treasure ahead of Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day, this week I had the opportunity to take out 70 students and faculty from Menaul High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for a guided hike and day of service on the Caja del Rio, one of the most significant cultural, historical, archaeological, spiritual and wildlife landscapes in the American Southwest.