25 Years of Creation Care

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Good News in Congressional Budget

Good News in Congressional Budget:  EPA Spared and Clean Tech Funding Increased  A Statement by the Rev. Mitch Hescox President/CEO of EEN   Continue reading

Pro-Life Christians Oppose Efforts to Roll Back Protection of National Monuments

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

BLM Methane Rule is a No-Brainer

BLM Methane Rule Reduces Gas Waste, Air Pollution, Protects  Children’s’ Health AND Makes Room for New Technologies By The Rev. Mitchell Hescox and Dr. Robert Rapier Continue reading

EEN is Marching for Science

Representatives from the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) and Young Evangelicals for Climate Action (Y.E.C.A.) will participate in the first-ever March for Science this Saturday, April 22, on The Mall in Washington, DC. Continue reading

Trump Administration Reconsiders Keeping the Unborn Safe From Mercury Pollution

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

Unborn Ignored by President Trump as He Rescinds Methane Standards

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

President Trump Takes Us in 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

17 House Republicans Stand Tall on Climate Change

On behalf of our millions of pro-life Christian supporters, we at the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) thank Representatives Elise Stefanik (NY-21), Carlos Curbelo (FL-26), Ryan Costello (PA-6), and 14 other Republican House Members for their courageous stance on climate change (below).  Continue reading

Senate Stands Strong for Land and Water Conservation

Statement by Rev. Mitch Hescox:  Yesterday the U.S. Senate introduced bipartisan legislation to permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) is teaming up with Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) in this critical work. Senator Burr (R-NC) in particular recognizes the fiscally conservative nature of LWCF and has long been a champion for stewardship, we urge fellow conservative Senators to join Senator Burr in supporting LWCF reauthorization.  Continue reading