Blog on Faith and Ecology

The Undeniable & Disastrous Consequences of Deforestation

The Undeniable & Disastrous Consequences of Deforestation

Harry Cooper – It is estimated that 30% of our world is covered in forests. These forests are home to thousands of species, harbor many different ecosystems, and support countless people.

The Importance of Biodiversity For Humans and For Earth
May 18, 2022

The Importance of Biodiversity For Humans and For Earth

Sydney Cohen – Did you know that human health is directly linked to the health of our natural world? It’s true! The more diverse our ecosystems are, the healthier we all are. Biodiversity is essential for human survival, and it is important that we do everything we can to protect it.
Prevent Extinction Of The Boreal Forest
May 16, 2022

Prevent Extinction Of The Boreal Forest

Harry Cooper – Forests are some of the most important places on Earth. They provide numerous environmental benefits from heat mitigation, control of climate change through carbon storage, prevention of extreme weather and drought, and protection of biodiversity.
Green Architecture is Essential for Urban Environments
May 13, 2022

Green Architecture is Essential for Urban Environments

Harry Cooper – The Earth has been dominated by human activity for decades now. And as human activity and population is expanding so is our affect on the world around us.
Providing Energy Through A Solar Farm or Solar Project
May 11, 2022

Providing Energy Through A Solar Farm or Solar Project

Harry Cooper – Ever since the industrial revolution the world has relied on fossil fuels for its energy. While this drove development and economic growth, scientists have found the burning of fossil fuels to be detrimental to the environment and the human race.
In Our Divine Universe, Why Does God Allow Natural Disasters?
May 9, 2022

In Our Divine Universe, Why Does God Allow Natural Disasters?

Ilana Stein – When faced with natural disasters, those who worship and believe in a loving God have a number of questions: if God created the natural world, why would He allow natural disasters to happen to human beings?
Methods For Household Battery Recycling
May 6, 2022

Methods For Household Battery Recycling

Sydney Cohen – Did you know that batteries can be recycled? In fact, recycling batteries is one of the most important things you can do to protect the environment. Batteries contain harmful chemicals that can pollute the air and water if they are not disposed of properly.
School Bus Conversion: The Newest Trend in Sustainable Living
May 4, 2022

School Bus Conversion: The Newest Trend in Sustainable Living

Harry Copper – Automobiles have been a thorn in the side of the environment for a while. They produce lots of carbon emissions and they create large amounts of waste when they are disposed of.
Create Repurposed Materials to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
May 2, 2022

Create Repurposed Materials to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Sydney Cohen – There’s a lot of talk these days about being environmentally conscious and the three Rs: reducing, reusing, and recycling. But here is another R: repurposing! Repurposing materials is a great way to reduce your environmental impact while also creating something new and unique.
Climate Week: How Cities Combat Climate Change
Apr 29, 2022

Climate Week: How Cities Combat Climate Change

Marcel Beilin – Climate week is a time for cities around the world to organize events in order to discuss ways to combat climate change. This year, the focus is on efforts to advance climate action, including reducing emissions, switching to renewable energy sources, leading sustainable development goals and preparing for climate hazards, extreme weather events and climate change in general.
Bamboo Yarn: The Renewable, Sustainable Choice
Apr 25, 2022

Bamboo Yarn: The Renewable, Sustainable Choice

Marcelo Beilin – If you’re looking for a renewable, sustainable option to cotton or wool, bamboo yarn is a great choice. Bamboo is one of the most environmentally friendly materials available, and it makes a beautiful, silky soft yarn. It grows quickly and doesn’t require much water or fertilizer.