The presidential campaign has been an exhausting marathon. Yet it's hardly touched on some major issues facing the nation.
Long ago, another atmospheric shift took place. It shows how different the earth's environments have been—and how different they may become.
The use of clean energy sources is growing, but unless those sources become cheaper and more efficient, they won't put a dent in the rise in carbon emissions.
The lectionary reading from Matthew's Gospel is the story of Jesus walking on the Sea of Galilee in the midst of a storm. In a couple of decades, anyone will be able to cross the Sea of Galilee on foot because of climate change.
Global warming is dry science, an entirely rational question that should be addressed by experts working on our behalf and with our thanks. But it's not happening.