After six years, the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions is signaling several major changes with incorporation under the new name, Anabaptist Climate Collaborative. The organization is now an independent nonprofit
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Leadership from 18 Anabaptist organizations in the United States and Canada convened at the Anabaptist Collaboration on Climate Change on Jan. 26- 27 to address what many consider a moral
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Join the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions for a premiere watching of the CSCS Climate Ride documentary! Created by Climate Rider Loren Friesen, the film documents the experiences of the
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Erik Curren, author of Abolish Oil Now! Abolitionists Beat Slavery and Can Beat Climate Change, will participate in an author talk and book signing at Eastern Mennonite University on Thursday, Jan.
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The Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions is “Moving the Story” on climate issues with its Climate Ride this summer. For 59 days, 17 riders will bicycle 3737 miles from Seattle to Washington
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Clara Weybright ’20 is a Climate Futures Fellow with the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions, in partnership with MCC U.S. Read on to hear about how she helped to connect
... read more about Why advocating for climate justice matters: alum connects students to lobby efforts
At the end of May, 17 cyclists will hit the pavement in Seattle, Washington to begin a two-month, 4,000 mile journey. They’ll pedal through the northern Rockies of Montana; Yellowstone
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This month the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions welcomes Clara Weybright ’20 and Joseph Harder ’20 as fellows for the upcoming year. The Climate Futures Fellowship Program is a year-long
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Doug Graber Neufeld, professor of biology at Eastern Mennonite University and director of the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions, has been appointed the chair of the Mennonite World Conference’s new
... read more about Biology professor and CSCS director to chair Mennonite World Conference’s new Creation Care Task Force
Professor Doug Graber Neufeld, director of the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions, and James Kanyari, food security field officer for MCC Kenya, look at the past and future of sand dams.
... read more about Sand dams in Kenya: translating past successes to address future challenges from MCC Intersections