Monthly Archives: May 2014

To My Friend the Climate Defeatist: Here’s Why I’m Still In the Fight by Jim Shultz — YES! Magazine

To My Friend the Climate Defeatist: Here's Why I'm Still In the Fight by Jim Shultz — YES! Magazine.

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World Environment Day – Raise Your Voice, Not the Sea Level

World Environment Day – Raise Your Voice, Not the Sea Level.

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Pope urges UN leadership to resist ‘culture of death’ :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

Pope urges UN leadership to resist 'culture of death' :: Catholic News Agency (CNA).

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Eat Smart – 2011 Meat Eaters Guide | Meat Eater’s Guide to Climate Change + Health | Environmental Working Group

Eat Smart – 2011 Meat Eaters Guide | Meat Eater's Guide to Climate Change + Health | Environmental Working Group.

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Vatican sustainability summit urges action on ecological devastation | National Catholic Reporter

Vatican sustainability summit urges action on ecological devastation | National Catholic Reporter.

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Hefty Global Goals from a Vatican Meeting: Stabilizing the Climate, Energy for All and an Inclusive Economy – NYTimes.com

Hefty Global Goals from a Vatican Meeting: Stabilizing the Climate, Energy for All and an Inclusive Economy – NYTimes.com.

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Can a Pope Help Sustain Humanity and Ecology? – NYTimes.com

Can a Pope Help Sustain Humanity and Ecology? – NYTimes.com.

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U.N.’s Post-2015 Agenda Skips the Right to Water and Sanitation – Inter Press Service

U.N.'s Post-2015 Agenda Skips the Right to Water and Sanitation – Inter Press Service.

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Climate Change Study Finds U.S. Is Already Widely Affected – NYTimes.com

Climate Change Study Finds U.S. Is Already Widely Affected – NYTimes.com.

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