Congregation power [renewal through renewables?]
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Religious leaders of all faiths have expressed support for reducing carbon pollution that’s heating the sky and hitting the earth’s most vulnerable. Amidst growing debates about science and religion, where do faith and environmental stewardship intersect?
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