Through our Creation Care programs, Sojourners is living out the biblical call of stewardship by working with a diverse group of partners to educate Christians about the need to reverse climate change, advance policies that prioritize clean air and water, and promote individual and legislative actions that support efficient, sustainable, and renewable energy sources.
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Join us at the People's Climate March!
People of diverse faiths from around the country will come together on April 29 to speak out for our neighbors and the climate we share, forming a faith contingent at the People's Climate March in Washington DC.
Let us know how you plan to participate in the People's Climate March!
Here are four ways parents talk to kids about the planet.
A bipartisan caucus (yes, really). Corporate shareholders-turned-activists. Nuns. And more.
The ice will add to risks for ships.
Developers Are Trying to Build a Pipeline Through a Watershed. These Nuns Built a Chapel in Its Path.
“‘Activism’ is a word we don't use. ... We are residents protecting our land."
It is possible for everyone to give, receive, and partake in a way that doesn't match our unjust economic structures.
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Through our extensive coverage through Sojourners magazine and online, actions on Capitol Hill, and education campaigns, our work is moving the needle on climate change — especially among people of faith. Help support this important work!