Articles Tagged Environment - ULC Blog

As a community of faith, your church likely values good stewardship of the earth. One great stride toward significantly lowering waste production and making more sustainable choices is to reduce the use of plastic. There ...

Category: Religion Science

Climate change initiatives, particularly those led by people who lean to the left of the political spectrum, may not currently be in the forefront of your congregation's concerns. Caring for creation is not a political p ...

Category: Aid Environment Politics Religion

Everyone knows the basic tenet of the theory of evolution as proposed by Charles Darwin in his 1859 book “On the Origin of Species”: That given enough time, organisms change because of the mutated traits they ...

Category: Science Technology

Sikhs around the world have pledged to plant 1 million trees this year to honor their religion’s founder, Guru Nanak, and help the planet at the same time. Headed by EcoSikh, an environmental group headquartered in ...

Category: Religion Spirituality

In the never-ending debate over climate change and what, if anything, America should do about it, the Green New Deal, a resolution sponsored by two Democrats, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Sen. Ed Markey ...

Category: Environment Science

The book of Genesis in both the Hebrew and Christian Bible contains the story of God instructing Noah to build an ark so that he, his family, and two of every species of animal could escape the ravages of the coming worl ...

Category: Disasters Environment Religion

Earth Day might be a ways behind us but going green in the church is a good way to reduce your carbon footprint and help the earth. Plus, it could save your congregation a few dollars on your utilities. Here are some sug ...

Category: Environment Morality Religion

Saturday, April 20, kicks off National Park Week by waiving entrance fees to let anyone enjoy the scenery and beauty of their favorite park. Even though the week is half over, the themed days for the rest of the week loo ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

George Eliot said, "Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns." In September, it's time to think about back-to-school, football, the ...

Category: Environment

Japan’s 2020 Olympics will have a new place of worship for the thousands of Muslims expected to attend the quadrennial sports events. The Yasu Project has created what they believe to be the first mosque on wheels, ...

Category: Islam Religion