For the love of bees

Pollinators are in danger, but some Anglicans are pushing back By JOELLE KIDD August 9, 2019 via Anglican Journal — Epiphanies digital magazine “The apple trees were coming into bloom, but no bees droned among the blossoms, so there was no pollination and there would be no fruit.” Rachel Carson, Silent Spring There’s an old custom … Continue reading “For the love of bees”

Jeffrey Bilbro: Wendell Berry exemplifies sustainable life

Unsplash / Toomas Tartes FacebookTwitterEmailPrint   From the city to the suburbs, Wendell Berry can help us imagine virtuous forms of living, says the author and Spring Arbor University associate professor. TUESDAY, JULY 9, 2019 Climate change and the sustainability of the earth are huge, often paralyzing issues. Yet despite their overwhelming scale, Jeffrey Bilbro, … Continue reading “Jeffrey Bilbro: Wendell Berry exemplifies sustainable life”

Indigenous peoples uniquely equipped to combat climate change

World Council of Churches Photo: Presbyterian Church in Taiwan (PCT) 04 July 2019 Indigenous peoples are not only on the frontline of climate change impacts, they are also uniquely equipped with expertise to help defend ecology. Two groups – the Ecumenical Indigenous Peoples’ Networks Reference Group and the Working Group on Climate Change of the … Continue reading “Indigenous peoples uniquely equipped to combat climate change”