If you’ve read Katharine’s book and want to talk about it – or need an excuse to buy and read it, this is your opportunity! Sponsored by the Evangelical Environmental Network in the US, but open to all. Click here for more information. Find the book here.
Long anticipated, Katharine’s Saving Us has finally been released along with a tidal wave of publicity. The best we’ve seen? Katharine and Jimmy Kimmel. Enjoy! If the video doesn’t play, try this link: Jimmy Kimmel Live
Brittany (Ederer) Michalski is hosting a book club on Katharine Hayhoe’s new book, Saving Us. The club runs from September 21 through November 11, and the timing is intended for participants in the US, but night-owls in other parts of the world can certainly join in if you like. Saving […]
A Rocha International recently held an online “Festival” for their entire global family. Besides being a model of how to conduct a conference for hundreds of people over many different time zones (Congratulations, whoever pulled that off! Great job!), the Festival also featured several very high quality and important talks. […]
We’re always on the lookout for materials that can be used in a church or Sunday School/small group setting to help people navigate Creation Care generally as well as subtopics like climate change. We’ve just learned about this series from Tearfund: Christianity and Climate Change: Do you want to take […]
One of the most important things you can do to fight climate change according to Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, the WEA’s new Climate Ambassador, is to talk about it. For this reason one of Living the Change’s main programs is designed for you to host a meal and an encouraging conversation […]
The American Association for the Advancement of Science is hosting Katharine Hayhoe and the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Katharine Jefferts Schori, for AAAS’s 2019 Dialogue on Science Ethics and Religion (DoSER) Holiday Lecture. This will be “a discussion on climate change, environmental stewardship, and […]