Does a magic formula exist?

At the most recent Climate Action Team meeting, members began discussing our congregational engagement efforts during April’s Earth Month and over the course of the past year. The critique elicited not only praise for CAT member volunteerism and appreciation for event...

No room for doom

Some trees are tragically uprooted after strong winds follow heavy rainfall that weakens their roots’ grasp. Other trees lose limbs and branches but survive to see the calm return. And still others rely on an extraordinary foundation and limberness that allows...

Would you like a little more Earth Day?

Really, is one day enough? The budding flowers, early morning choruses of birdsong, bright green tree canopies, and pleasant temperatures have many of us brimming with love for our planetary home. How have you observed Earth Day this year? The Climate Action Team knew...

Time to bridge generational divides

The Climate Action Team was joined at our last meeting by three sophomores from Agnes Scott College for a conversation about obstacles and opportunities in intergenerational collaborations. The three students had spent several days last month with leaders of Georgia...

Celebrating our home all month long

The first Earth Day was observed 54 years ago, and some of you remember it! Our knowledge about our planetary home has grown so much in that time, and now we need a whole month to honor and celebrate it. The Climate Action Team (CAT) is excited to offer a variety of...