The following op-ed by Peter Adriance appeared in The Huffington Post on March 14, 2014.
Through sermons, discussion groups, prayer gatherings, dramatic readings, video screenings and postcard-writing sessions to their U.S. Senators, people of diverse faiths across the country recently arose to proclaim the urgent need to address climate change. Interfaith Power and Light’s annual preach-In campaign over Valentine’s Day weekend prompted some 1,700 congregations to action on this topic.
If you’ve read my other Huffington Post pieces, this angle is one that you’re familiar with: people of faith proclaim the moral dimensions of climate change. So why am I writing about the faith-climate connection again? Read full article here.