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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5 reasons why Catholics should care about the COP26 climate summit

Franciscan sisters' land ethic invites local community to garden, explore, learn

Franciscan sisters demonstrate different paths to creating a conservation easement

Pope Francis joins world faith leaders in urgent climate appeal ahead of COP26

Laudato Si' Action Platform launch pushed back to mid-November

North Carolina rep urges faith leaders to speak up for climate initiatives

For Iowa Catholic business leader, faith is powerful motivation for climate action

Faith groups press Congress to pass $3.5T bill as political, moral imperative for climate action

Follow youth toward environmental sustainability, Pope Francis says

City dwellers swelter in heat islands as high temps hit neighborhoods unequally

As climate change intensifies, how might Laudato Si' guide community responses?

Earth's climate outlook grim but not hopeless, faith leaders say

Urge investors away from fossil fuels, energy agency head tells Catholics

Global Catholic climate group rebrands as Laudato Si' Movement

Conference primes US church for bolder responses to Laudato Si', climate change

Cardinal Cupich: To save planet, US must reject 'false idol' of money

Unproven technology to block sun's rays raises practical, ethical concerns, experts say

EarthBeat Weekly: What prices at the pump mean for climate policy

Second Catholic climate conference looks to build more momentum among US church

National Catholic Reporter board divests company from fossil fuels