Environmental Justice

Articles

October 18, 2011

Editor's note: A Portuguese translation of this article follows the English version and a Spanish translation is available here. Click here for an image gallery.

Araides Duarte da Luz grew up in a migrant-worker family, living wherever anyone offered them a place. His wife, Marilene...

October 5, 2011

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

by Ashley Graham-Wilcox

Converging from Massachusetts, Arizona and everywhere in between, 17 young adult members of the Episcopal Church gathered in Seattle last week for the first “Eco-Justice Immersion Experience,” organized by the Episcopal Leadership Institute for Young Adults.

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September 21, 2011

Recently we returned from a trip to the United Kingdom, including a five-day visit to the island of Iona in western Scotland, a mecca of Celtic Christianity. At first glance, it was difficult to square our expectations with the modest village and simple landscape we found there. But soon we...

September 16, 2011

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Mike Schut , Episcopal Environmental and Economic Affairs Officer, on EcoJustice and Intergenerational Ministry at the EcoJustice Immersion Experience

Filed under: EcoJustice

September 7, 2011

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Video by Jonathan Potter

Filed under: EcoJustice

September 6, 2011

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

Video by Justin Potter

Filed under: EcoJustice

August 22, 2011

A proposed pipeline to convey oil derived from "tar sand" in Canada across the American heartland is facing strong opposition from environmentalists – including faith-based groups – staging nonviolent sit-in protests this week in front of the White House in Washington D.C.

Since the...

August 16, 2011

The effects of climate change and human-induced environmental degradation continue to accelerate in all regions of the Anglican Communion. This became starkly clear as participants in the Anglican Communion Environmental Network's meeting in Chaclacayo, Peru, shared reports from their provinces...

July 12, 2011

Help Preserve the Health of Americans by Protecting our Nation's Rivers and Streams

The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to till it and keep it. --Genesis 2:15

As citizens of the United States and as people of faith, we believe that it is a matter of justice...

June 16, 2011

The United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) is looking forward to working with the faith communities in Africa on environmental issues, retired South African Anglican Bishop Geoffrey Davies said.

The bishop's comments follow faith groups' interaction with the agency from June 7-8...

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