More religious leaders are calling on their congregations to act against the climate crisis.
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Virtue signals are always annoying, but I have a least favorite: It’s claiming you’re not having kids to save the environment. Somehow saying this has become fashionable. I don’t believe it for a minute.
French nuns of the Missionary Family of Our Lady fought against climate activists. The latter attempted to protest against building plans for a large church complex in a natural park.
English environmental activist and author Paul Kingsnorth thought Christianity was a rotten religion – until he was 'fetched' by Jesus.
She is a mother of seven, but EC President Ursula von der Leyen is not sure whether her three grandchildren will have “a spring, a summer, a fall and a winter like we had when we were children.” In the European Parliament debate about the State of the Union on Wednesday, she shared her worries about the climate. The question is, what is a bigger threat for Europe: the climate or the demography?
The Protestant Church of Germany (EKD) calls citizens to support the climate strike, which will take place coming Friday, September 15th. It is time to act, the EKD believes. However, not everyone is happy with the green development of the Church.
Evangelical Christians pay more attention to environmental care than the average French population. A large majority of Christians see themselves as "the guardians of creation" who must "do their utmost to look after it for themselves and future generations."
All of Europe is groaning under the heat. Our calibrated thermometer on the north side of our house read 36.9 degrees at 2 metres last week. Celsius - not Fahrenheit.
As hot temperatures scorch the European soil, the German Health Minister has some remarkable advice: want to cool down? Go to church.
More than 80 Roman Catholic church leaders in Germany demand more measures to protect the climate. They did so in an appeal to the government.