Dive in with EEN on Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is here! While Thanksgiving is about being with loved ones and pausing to give thanks for the many blessings God has given us, Giving Tuesday is a chance to shift our attention on our hopes for the future. What a great way to end Thanksgiving and move forward into the Christmas season! Continue reading

Evangelicals Oppose Latest Attempts to Drill in ANWR

A Statement by the Rev. Mitch HescoxPresident/CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network Continue reading

U.S. Government Report Refutes President Trump on Climate Change

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Our Response to PREPARE Act

A Statement from the Rev. Mitch Hescox President/CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network   Continue reading

Evangelicals Oppose President Trump’s Reckless Action to Rescind Protection of Bears Ears National Monument in Utah

A Statement by the Rev. Mitch Hescox President/CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network   Continue reading

Legislation Creating a Pennsylvania Natural Gas Production Tax Cannot Make It Easier to Pollute

  A Statement by the Rev. Mitch Hescox President/CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network   Continue reading

Action Alert for PA

ISSUE: Pennsylvania House Bill 1401, the Severance Tax Bill, proposes a natural gas tax that would raise up to $250 million a year to help close Pennsylvania’s $2.2 billion budget gap and break the budget stalemate in PA’s Assembly.  Anti-environmental amendments/riders are expected if the bill reaches the full House for debate and vote. Continue reading

Evangelicals Oppose Chairman Bishop's Gutting of Antiquities Act

A Statement by the Rev. Mitch Hescox, President/CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network Continue reading

Undoing the Clean Power Plan Takes Us the Wrong Direction on Climate Change and Clean Energy

A Statement from the Rev. Mitch Hescox President/CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) Continue reading

Ten Things We Can Learn about Sustainability from the Great American Road Trip

Each August, I have the pleasure of getting my nephew for a week of vacation. It started when he was eight and it started small. First he would come to Atlanta and see the big city. As he has grown, we’ve included my parents on alternating years. In 2016, it was Washington DC with Nana. This year, it was the truly great American road trip to the Grand Canyon with Granddaddy George. Continue reading