Voices of the Earth is a podcast by Faith in Place, that uplifts stories from their multi faith community that represents the climate movements intersectionality. This episode is an interview with Elena Canler on the topic of COP26. This is a really comprehensive explanation of the convention and why people of faith should care about it.
Emergence Magazine was founded in 2018, with the aim to explore the connections between ecology, culture, and spirituality. It is a multimedia organization that has an online magazine, an annual print edition, online and in-person events, as well as a podcast. Emergence Magazine airs their podcasts weekly on Tuesdays, featuring interviews, essays, fiction and more.
Dharma Action Network for Climate Engagement (DANCE) is a space to explore the breadth of possible Dharma responses to climate change and related issues. Started by a group of Dharma teachers, DANCE is meant to support creative ideas and initiatives. They believe that by sharing and working together, people can encourage and inspire each other and make a difference.
In his campaign, President Joe Biden aimed to eliminate the racial injustices that come alongside climate change. However, the administration’s newest climate strategy does not acknowledge racial minorities. Instead, aid will be sent to neighborhoods in need solely based on income, unemployment rates, and air quality. Many Americans are upset at the nature of this strategy, as it does not acknowledge those who are statistically disproportionately affected by climate change.
This article details what it means to protect the environment as a catholic and how important it is. Catholics are called to be stewards of the Earth which means protecting people but also protecting God's other creations. This protection is described as being a requirement and is shown through examples in the Bible.