- Center’s first round of fellows to continue faith-based climate podcast
- Conference grapples with challenges faced by the people and land of Appalachia
- Faith and climate change: experts give input at BOR meeting
- Center funds EMU professor’s work on sustainable housing
- Center announces summer internship programs
What We Do
Launched in the fall of 2016 by a gift from Ray Martin (read more about the launch here), CSCS advances thinking and action in Anabaptist and other faith communities to mitigate climate change. In order to establish a mission-focused, data-driven foundation for the center’s work, initial activities have been focused on broad-based research and strategic planning.
As well as strategic planning, the Center’s programmatic work in student engagement, congregational outreach, and innovative solutions serves as a guide, as we work to make climate change the moral equivalent of war and violence in the Anabaptist community.