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Religion For Breakfast, Religion & the Environment (5 Part Series), YouTube, 2023.

Believers Look Up: Covering Religious Communities’ Response to the Climate Crisis, From Eco-Grief to Solutions, Panel, Society for Environmental Journalists Annual Meeting, Houston, TX, April 2022.

RESP Missing Stories” webinar (with SEJ & RNA) May 18, 2021.

The Religion & Environment Story Project, in concert with the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, contributed $25,000 to the Society for Environmental Journalists to fund story grants for journalists covering the intersections of religion, environment, and climate.

Works by RESP Fellows

Randall, Rebecca. “Can Churches Spread the Gospel of Solar in Coal Country?” Sojourners. June 16, 2023.

Randall, Rebecca. “Spirituality, global warming, and grief: How clergy can help tackle climate anxiety.” Grist, June 9, 2023.

Guidi, Ruxandra. “The Spirit of the Rillito.” High Country News, May 1, 2023.

Park, Martha. Illustration. The Christian Century, April 2023.

Gammon, Katherine. “Tokitae, the Oldest Orca in Captivity, Has Path to Freedom After 50 Years.” The Guardian, March 30, 2023.

Gammon, Katherine. “How Do You Laugh About Death?” The Guardian, March 29, 2023.

Krol, Debra Utacia. “Judges Weigh Religious Rights Issues in a Hearing Over Proposed Resolution Copper Mine.” Arizona Republic, March 21, 2023.

Krol, Debra Utacia. “Resolution Copper Mine Goes Back Before Appeals Court in a Major Religious Rights Case.” Arizona Republic, March 20, 2023.

Guidi, Ruxandra. The Catch: Season 2 Podcast, Foreign Policy, March 2023.

Gammon, Katharine. “Shroom Boom.” The Guardian, March 19, 2023.

Gammon, Katharine. “Climate Activists are Turning Their Attention to Hollywood.” The Atlantic, March 16, 2023. 

Greenfield, Nicole. “The Lower Klamath Will Flow Freely Again.” NRDC, March 21, 2023.

Jolley, Annelise. “What’s the Real Cost of Mezcal?” Atmos, March 8, 2023.

Park, Martha (Illustrator and Co-author). “Washed Away.” The Bitter Southerner, 2023.

Randall, Rebecca. “How Black History Can Inspire Climate Activism.” Sojourners, February 28, 2023.

Krol, Debra Utacia. “From New Zealand, Maori Leaders Bring Arizona Tribes Lessons in Protecting the Waters.” Arizona Republic, February 18, 2023.

St. Pierre, Nina. “The Pandemic Forever Changed How We Think About the Future.” Elle Magazine, February 17, 2023.

Jolley, Annelise. “Editor’s Picks: Life Between the Tides.” Plough, February 16, 2023.

Gammon, Katharine. “A Mountain of Trouble: The Draw and Danger of Mount Baldy.” The Guardian, February 11, 2023.

Krol, Debra Utacia. “In California, Women Learn How to Protect Their Ancestral Lands With Fire.” Arizona Republic, January 31, 2023.

Gammon, Katherine. “Californians Harvest Wheat During Storm Times.” The Guardian, January 19, 2023.

Guidi, Ruxandra. “Eco-Fascism, Uncovered.” Sierra, December 27, 2022.

Greenfield, Nicole. “Colorado’s Religious Communities See Climate Action as a Moral Obligation.” NRDC, December 22, 2022.

Gammon, Katharine. “The Remarkable Life of a Celebrity Mountain Lion P-22.” The Guardian, December 20, 2022. 

Gammon, Katharine. “Flurry of Wolf Births Offers Hope for California Comeback.” The Guardian, December 11, 2022.

Guidi, Ruxandra. “Cougar Town.” 99% Podcast, Episode 516, November 29, 2022.

Jolley, Annelise. “Luminosity.” EcoTheoReview, Winter 2022.

Krol, Debra Utacia. “Avi Kwa Ame, Sacred to Tribes in 3 States, Could Soon Become a National Monument.” Arizona Republic, November 30, 2022.

Greenfield, Nicole. “Advocates Are Sparking a Revolution in Louisiana’s ‘Cancer Alley.’” NRDC, November 10, 2022.

St. Pierre, Nina. “Blowing Up Biblical Womanhood.” The Cut, October 21, 2022.

Gammon, Katharine. “Ships Are Turning Whales into ‘Ocean Roadkill.’ This AI System Is Trying to Stop It.” The Guardian, September 26, 2022.

Gammon, Katherine. “People Need to Think Bigger About Volcanic Catastrophes.” Eos, September 22, 2022.

Shipley, Julia. “The Long Legal Saga of DAPL Arsonist Ruby Montoya Is Coming to an End.” Grist, September 21, 2022.

Gammon, Katharine. “How the Climate Crisis Is Fueling the Spread of Brain-Eating Amoeba.” The Guardian, September 21, 2022.

Park, Martha. Illustration. The Christian Century, 2022.

Huska, Liuan. “As West Chicago Cleans the Last of its Nuclear Contamination, Residents Exposed Say ‘It’s Not Over.’” Next City, September 20, 2022.

Samuel, Sigal. “Effective Altruism’s Most Controversial Idea.” Vox, September 6, 2022.

Krol, Debra Utacia. “Poachers Cash in on Surge Craze, Imperiling the Plant’s Survival for Native Cultural Needs.” Arizona Republic, August 28, 2022.

Bahnson, Fred. “Guardians of Memory: The Quest to Save Ancient Manuscripts.” Harper’s Bazaar, August 2022.

Kruzman, Diana. “Wildfire Smoke Is Choking Indigenous Communities.” Grist, August 24, 2022.

Kruzman, Diana. “Is Accepting the End of Humanity the Key to Climate Action? This Scholar Thinks So.” Grist, July 29, 2022.

Cordera, Britny. “Healing Mind, Body, Earth Through Natural Hair.” Atmos, July 18, 2022.

Kruzman, Diana. “In New Jersey, Ford Faces Lawsuit Over Polluting Tribal Land.” Grist, June 21, 2022.

Kruzman, Diana. “There’s A Lot to Protect Here.” Grist, June 1, 2022.

Kruzman, Diana. “In Minnesota, the PolyMet Mine Pits Renewable Energy Against Tribes and the EPA.” Grist, May 20, 2022.

Pierre-Louis, Kendra. “Americans Are Missing a Key Stratum of Modern Knowledge.” The Atlantic, May 4, 2022.

Huska, Liuan. “A Bible Written from an Indigenous Perspective Could Reframe Christians’ Connection to the Earth.” Grist:Fix, May 3, 2022.

Huska, Liuan. “How Should I Pray for the Climate?” The Christian Century, December 14, 2021.

Samuel, Sigal. “What We Owe to Future Generations.” Vox, July 2, 2021.

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