Climate Change

Climate change is an important issue that must be addressed by all nations multi-laterally. It is certainly one of this century's greatest destabilizing forces which undermines our global economy, threatens our health and increasingly leads to military conflict. Climate change topics include sustainable agriculture, energy security, climate-related conflict and climate negotiations and agreements.

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Climate stewardship is a core value for global citizens. Protecting our shared global habitat is in everyone's best interests--regardless of religion or politics.
American families shouldn't suffer higher taxes in the fight against climate change. Securing a healthy climate can and should pay off for Americans today.
America's progress toward climate security and energy independence could be derailed if President Obama does not veto construction of the Keystone Pipeline.
America's progress toward climate security and energy independence could be derailed this week if the Senate secures a veto-proof majority on the Keystone Pipeline.


News and Updates

By Jennifer Welden | October 05, 2015 - 10:00am EDT
The UN recently announced its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a set of 17 goals encompassing everything from education to peace and justice. Of them, Goal 2 is to “end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.” Though the goal itself and the subsequent sub goals highlight the need for sustainability, they seem to overlook a very important roadblock in the fight to end [...] Read More
By Melanie Pino-Elliott | September 25, 2015 - 1:45pm EDT
I’ll never forget the time in eighth-grade religion class when one of my classmates asked why our school didn’t participate in neighborhood cleanup days. My teacher replied, “It’s not fair to worry about things like that when souls are going to Hell every day.” She elaborated, “The earth can save itself.” Yeah. That happened. This teacher would also frequently stress the importance of following everything the Catholic [...] Read More
By Don Kraus | September 09, 2015 - 10:00am EDT
In December of this year, 196 nations will meet in Paris to close a global deal to address climate change. With less than three months and five official negotiating days left before the Paris UN conference, diplomats are working out the key remaining disagreements. The major concerns revolve around money: how much responsibility rich nations will take for climate change compared to the developing countries that need to [...] Read More