Christians organized the first relief agencies. Now Sikh, Muslim, and Buddhist groups abound.
Adapting to climate change requires something that’s hard for Americans: choosing collective solutions over individual ones.
Those weathering Katrina’s aftermath see no end in sight. “It's going to go on for years,” says United Methodist bishop Hope Morgan Ward. "For years and years." “We’re not back to normal, and I don’t know what that would be like,” says Nelson Roth, pastor of Gulfhaven Mennonite Church in Gulfport, Mississippi.