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A Faithful Approach to Fighting Climate Change

A Faithful Approach to Fighting Climate Change

When Reverend Marilyn Cornwell arrived at the Church of the Ascension in Magnolia five years ago, just a handful of church members were active in the environmental movement. Today, environmental stewardship is a central mandate for the entire congregation.

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In Our View: Our Climate Is Changing

Any discussion about climate change should be required to start with a quote from Peter Goldmark, Washington’s Commissioner of Public Lands. “Our fire season started a month ahead, our crops matured weeks ahead and the dry weather we usually get in August, we’ve had since May.”

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2 weeks ago
Race + transportation are intertwined. US remains a country where many forms of transpo are effectively still segregated.

Our transpo future must repair past injustices + equitably invest in clean transportation options for most-impacted communities.

https://t.co/3g7EJKwmVW
3 weeks ago
In the 1950s and ‘60s, Interstate 94 in the Twin Cities tore apart the once-thriving neighborhood of Rondo, the heart of St. Paul’s largest African-American community, and helped spur decades of racial segregation in the region.

https://t.co/r934L3v1WI

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