Brian Roewe

Brian Roewe is NCR environment correspondent. Much of his reporting appears at EarthBeat, NCR's journalism initiative on faith and climate change. He has covered environmental issues for NCR since 2011. His reporting has earned multiple honors, including from the Religion News Association and Catholic Media Association. Brian began with NCR in November 2011, and is a graduate of Saint Louis University and Rockhurst University.

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US bishops on COP28: Decarbonization is 'preeminent environmental challenge'

Catholics at COP28 vow to carry ill pope's call for action on climate change

Report: French oil company pipeline disturbs 2,000-plus African gravesites

What Catholic and environmental officials expect from Pope Francis at COP28

Religions call on COP28 for climate pledge accountability, rapid shift to clean energy

Catholics ask Biden to deliver debt relief to countries most at risk from climate change

In Honduras' Dry Corridor, climate change poses a painful dilemma: Adapt or leave

US Rep. and Catholic leaders in Pittsburgh say solutions to pollution intersect with other justice issues

US waterways polluted with injustice, bishops say in Season of Creation message

Republican anti-ESG push complicates faith-based impact investing

Faith leaders urge EPA to protect communities from fossil fuel-fired power plants

Catholic climate conference spotlights 'Laudato Si' Champions' of US church

'Game changer': Energy secretary touts tax incentives to power faith communities with renewables

Despite pope's pleas, survey finds US Catholics support fossil fuel expansion more than rest of country

Church of England divests from fossil fuels

At Catholic climate conference, Paris Agreement architect challenges US church to commit to net-zero emissions

Laudato Trees planting program enlists Catholic properties to help increase DC's canopy

Focolare's Run4Unity connects youth in global 'eco-relay' for climate hope

Citigroup shareholder support holds steady for Catholic sisters' resolution on climate, Indigenous rights

Sacramento parish goes solar, helps spark diocesewide movement to care for creation