Whitney Bauck is an independent reporter focused on fashion, climate and religion who contributes to the Financial Times, The New York Times, The Washington Post and more. She edits the Unwrinkling Roundup newsletter about the intersection of fashion, the environment, human rights and faith, and can be followed on social media as @unwrinkling.

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What New York's dumpster divers can teach us about treasuring creation

Many in the "trashing" community are motivated by the sense that valuable things are ending up in residential and commercial garbage where they don't belong — and, for the sake of the planet, that ought to change.

Mary, mother of Jesus, returns as an icon for pop stars and social justice warriors

(RNS) — Lil Nas X, Bad Bunny and Princess Nokia all work their spirituality into their music, but you're not likely to think of them as virginal.

How to bring Laudato Si' into your wardrobe

The way we currently make clothing leads to more than just sweatshops; it's also contributing to the kind of ecological sin that wrongs future generations and the Earth alike. But you can do something about it.