Slaves to energy
We depend on energy sources that threaten dramatic climate changes around the world. Can we change course? The author suggests that it may be possible with difficult and far-reaching changes.
New solar panels electrify church
Carmel, California, church builds in sustainable manner.
Human origins and human futures
Faith groups join Lummi Nation fight against coal
Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship’s partnership leads to public witness event at UUA’s General Assembly in June.
Church meets gold standard for green buildings
Ohio fellowship builds first LEED gold-certified place of worship in America.
Nature's tough love
How the prairie challenges the ego.
The land ethic
We are citizens in an interdependent community of life.
Good for nothing
In the study of grasshoppers, an entomologist discovers the value of simply being.
Why I don’t fly
Figuring out the ethics of long-distance travel is a challenge.
Sheltering the faith
Brief news items about congregational building programs.
The wellspring of American nature writing
Walden remains uncannily ‘addressed to our condition exactly,’ 150 years after its publication.
The greening of our churches
Congregations find ways to live the Seventh Principle.