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Pope Francis: Substitute Fossil Fuels with Renewable Energy

This post is part of the “Prelude to Paris” series highlighting updates and analysis on international climate negotiations in the lead up to the United Nations climate change conference – the 21st…

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Is Pope Francis the New Green Pope?

With the announcement from Vatican City that Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio has been elected the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church, a whole bevy of analysis has begun on the newly elected…

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Frank Talk: Pope Francis Calls for "Courageous Actions" on Poverty, Environment

This post is part of the “Prelude to Paris” series highlighting updates and analysis on international climate negotiations in the lead up to the United Nations climate change conference – the 21st…

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A Pope of Climate Denial

This blog is a repost from Facing South: The Online Magazine for the Institute for Southern Studies. Find the original blog post by Sue Sturgis here. There's broad agreement among scientists nowadays…

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Frank Talk: Pope Francis Calls for Bold Actions Against "Culture of Waste" at United Nations

This post is part of the “Prelude to Paris” series highlighting updates and analysis on international climate negotiations in the lead up to the United Nations climate change conference – the 21st…

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Sneak Peek at Pope Francis' Environmental Encyclical

This post is part of the “Prelude to Paris” series highlighting updates and analysis on international climate negotiations in the lead up to the United Nations climate change conference – the 21st…

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Pope Francis’ Historic Visit to the U.S. Will Be a Climate Game-Changer

 This is a guest post by Ted Glick, who has devoted 42 years of his life to the progressive social change movement. The original post can be viewed here. Just in time, hopefully,…

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Georgia faith leaders echo Pope Francis' call for climate action

This blog entry was written by Allie Brown, former Clean Energy Advocacy Manager at SACE.

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Is North Carolinas renewable energy law in jeopardy?

This guest post, by Sue Sturgis, originally appeared on the Institute for Southern Studies' Facing South blog on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 and is re-posted here with permission. In 2007, North Carolina…

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The Road to Paris and Beyond: Your Guide to This Fall’s UN Climate Negotiations

This is a guest excerpt from Oxfam America, based on a post co-authored by Heather Coleman, Climate Change Policy Manager at Oxfam America, and Vicky Rateau, GROW Campaign Manager at Oxfam America. The original…