The Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center conducts tours of its facility (housing the world’s largest collection of ice cores from mountain glaciers), hosts regular educational program, and arranges speakers
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Climate Change Task Force, established by Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk in 2008 and later reaffirmed by current Archbishop Dennis Schnurr, carries out the Archdiocese’s commitment to the
On Sunday, February 8, 2015, approximately 200 people gathered at Temple Israel for a Dayton first: a Community Tu B’Shevat Celebration honoring the Jewish New Year for Trees. Events started
St. John’s has a long history of conserving energy. We installed high efficiency furnaces in the early nineties and began using compact fluorescent lamps as soon as they became available.
In the fall of 2010, Fairmount Church in Cleveland Heights was the first Presbyterian Church in Ohio to be certified as an Earth Care Congregation, a program of the national