Renewal: Enhanced Stories

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A Crime Against Creation
Evangelical Christians bear witness to mountaintop removal coal mining and the destruction of Appalachia.
Going Green
GreenFaith, an interfaith partnership, helps congregations take the first steps to environmental action.
Food for Faith
Muslim tradition and charity forge bonds between urban communities and sustainable farms
Ancient Roots
The Teva Learning Center and Adamah bring environmental education together with Jewish tradition
Compassion in Action
Green Sangha, a Buddhist community, leads a campaign to save trees
Eco-Justice
The Holy Spirit inspires a battle against industrial contamination in small town Mississippi
Sacred Celebration
Catholics and Native Americans embrace religious ritual in their struggle to protect land and water
Interfaith Power and Light
Across America people of all faiths mount a religious response to global warming

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