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Several months ago a new book was published entitled Faith for Earth: A Call for Action. It was co-authored by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Parliament of Religions.
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New Climate Team
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President-Elect Biden has a very ambitious plan to confront climate change directly and re-engage with the world community by once again signing on to the Paris Agreement. The President-elect touted his ambitious climate plan, which seeks to end carbon emissions from power plants by 2035 and proposes broader public investment in green infrastructure, including $2 trillion for clean energy projects.
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The Realities of Climate Change
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One of the recent webinars EarthConnection hosted was entitled “The Realities of Climate Change (and how to respond to climate change deniers)”. Because this topic is so important and not everyone had the opportunity to view the webinar, I am going to use this blog to present some of the information.
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The Latest
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The upcoming webinar dates and topics and the latest news about EC.
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Topic: Why It’s Important to Care for Creation
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Creation is a strange concept if we think about it. For instance, Merriam-Webster tells us that creation is, “The act of bringing the world into ordered existence.”
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Earth Day Celebrates 50 Years
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The publication of Silent Spring by Rachel Carson in 1962 brought into the open the true cost of the Industrial Revolution on Planet Earth. The book sold more than 500,000 copies in 24 countries and raised public awareness internationally of the interconnectedness between pollution and the health of animals, plants and humans.
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Angel of the Amazon
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We are all called to care for God’s creation. For some of us it might involve a minor inconvenience such as learning to recycle or to remember to carry our reusable bags to the store. For others it involves the ultimate sacrifice – one’s own life. This year we are celebrating the 15th anniversary of Sister Dorothy Stang who gave her life to safeguard the land of the impoverished of Brazil.
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Around the Landscape
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In recent years the landscaping around the front of EarthConnection (EC) has consisted of those native wild flower plants we planted, e.g., Purple Cone Flower, Black-eyed Susan, Daylilies, Bee Balm, and Wild Bergamot. Then there are the ones who planted themselves, for example, New England Aster, Common Milkweed, Common Yarrow, Wild Lettuce, Dandelion, Common Chicory, Red Clover and White Clover, Queen Anne’s Lace, and Canada thistle.
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The events of the past year throughout the world, floods, droughts, historically high temperatures, hurricanes and cyclones, melting glaciers and more, are increasing in frequency and intensity. They are a wake-up call from the planet which we can no longer afford to ignore. Climate change is here and now, not some distant time in the future.
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