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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With the planet at 'a breaking point', pope urges decisive action at UN environment summits

African youth deliver environmental demands to bishops at Laudato Si' meeting

Scottish faith leaders call on COP26 president to ensure climate pledges are kept

Catholic groups oppose EU vote to designate gas and nuclear energy as 'green'

After Supreme Court climate ruling, Catholic leaders say legislation is 'critical'

Catholic groups outline priorities for defense of oceans, biodiversity ahead of UN summits

Catholic Theological Society of America resolves to divest from fossil fuels

Clean Air Act standards aid 'significant' reduction in air pollution, says new study

US Catholic bishops press Congress to pass $555 billion climate legislation

Faith leaders reassert critical role in confronting climate change ahead of Stockholm+50

To protect the Earth and its people, religious orders invest in climate solutions

'When biodiversity flourishes, human life flourishes,' Vatican official says

At 2022 commencement ceremonies, an ecological theme for several Catholic colleges

Vatican's major sustainability campaign the main focus of Laudato Si' Week 2022

9 million people die annually from 'overlooked' threat of pollution, says new health study

Catholic campaign encounters senators to save half-trillion-dollar climate legislation

Press bishops to commit to net-zero dioceses, climate panel urges young Catholics

Cardinal Czerny: Sustainable development must put solidarity and human rights first

At Earth Day checkpoint, Vatican's bold Laudato Si' initiative plants seeds of sustainability in the church

Maryland's 'historic' legislative session on climate change had strong Catholic support