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Is climate change increasing suicide risk?

A study has found a link between our environment and the rates of suicide.

D.C. churches forced to close due to skyrocketing water disposal fees

Parishes tend to have more runoff due to parking lots, so they have to pay more.

Surprised by nature: Seeing God’s glory in His creatures

I harbor no desire to dance with wolves or cuddle a grizzly, but I’d be pleasantly startled should they show up for my viewing.

How the “zero-waste” trend can help you live ethically and save money

Minimalism has come to our kitchens, not just as a fad, but as a way of life.

Mega-dams: A solution or a problem?

On the one hand they are clean energy sources, but on the other hand they can have a negative impacts at the social, cultural and environmental levels.

Starbucks to ditch plastic straws by 2020

Strawless lids will be phased in to reduce ocean waste

The ban on plastic straws is great … unless you have a disability

Well-intentioned legislation might not be the solution for everyone.

Cassocks for priests, made out of recycled plastic: The Church and the challenge of pollution

The struggle to preserve creation becomes a more and more concrete ecumenical commitment.

Evangelization and ecology: Who said they are in conflict?

The pontificate of Pope Francis is helping overcome this old debate between "liberal" and "conservative" Christians. See how in these 7 phrases

Boston’s Cardinal O’Malley leading effort to go green

Parking lot getting solar panels; religious leaders make joint statement.

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