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climate justice

Are we really all on the same boat?

Another hot and dry summer last year caused many heat-related issues and stresses for farmers in Central Europe. Plants had to be watered around the clock, just to keep them alive.

German Protestant Kirchentag draws 100,000 participants

This summer, Burkhard Paetzold, a mission co-worker and regional liaison for western and central Europe, joined about 100,000 other Protestants from across the globe for one of the world’s most unique gatherings, the German Protestant Kirchentag.

Panel works for economic and climate justice

An ecumenical panel that includes leadership of the World Communion of Reformed Churches has taken further steps to determine, in its words, how “to build a world that better resembles God’s true kingdom.”

Travel study seminar takes Presbyterians to Guatemala and Costa Rica

A group of Presbyterians from across the U.S. recently had a front row seat on the impact of corporate involvement on the environment and human rights in Central America. Approximately a dozen people took part in a two-week travel study seminar to Guatemala and Costa Rica to learn about extractive mining, the impact on rivers and streams and the daily struggles of residents who must sometimes choose between good health and providing for their families.