Making religious sense of climate change on small islands

Some Bible believers look to Noah for an approach to surviving climate change.

New film offers a portrait of New Orleans, told through its unique jazz funerals

'City of a Million Dreams' is based on the book of the same name by renowned New Orleans journalist Jason Berry.

A sermon on COVID-19 and climate change

In China, efforts to control the spread of the virus in February caused carbon emissions to fall 25% — an estimated 200 million tons of carbon dioxide, which is more than half the amount emitted by Britain annually.


A day for environmentalist Judaism

Monday, February 10, is Tu B'Shvat, the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shvat and a minor Jewish holiday. Its significance originally had to do with agricultural taxes: You calculated your annual tithe on fruit according to whether a given fruit began developing before or after that date.