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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Catholic groups call for rapid climate action as UN report warns window is closing fast

Marquette University bars direct fossil fuel investments with its $929 million endowment

Notre Dame to present Laetare Medal to eco-justice activist in 'Cancer Alley'

Conference highlights links among climate change, health, racial justice

As pandemic eases, will the Communion cup ever make a comeback?

DC's Catholic U solar project supports Vatican global sustainability initiative

CRS Rice Bowl highlights climate adaptation to major cyclones in Bangladesh

New UN report 'rings the latest alarm bell' about climate change effects on nature and people

Young Catholics deliver critique of US church leaders' climate silence straight to the pope

Calling fossil fuel investments sinful, global interfaith coalition outlines moral standards for climate finance

Catholics look to mindfulness practices to ground climate action, quell eco-anxiety

As Build Back Better stalls, faith leaders call Biden, Senate to 'moment for courage' on climate

Church's multiyear initiatives on synodality, Laudato Si' and Eucharist intertwine

Philippine bishops urge church finances to disconnect from fossil fuels

Why baseball writers were right to bar Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens from Hall of Fame

Ahead of midterm elections, interfaith 'revival' links voting rights, climate

In Colombia's Chocó region, 'river guardians' protect the rights of the Rio Atrato

Milwaukee Archdiocese takes aim at trans persons in sweeping new policy

Young Black Catholics confront nature, racism and the church's way forward

EarthBeat Weekly: Amid 'Don't Look Up,' have we grown numb to record-breaking rising temperatures?