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New Media, Faith, Comedy, and Climate Communication

Anna-Jayne-Joyner-portrait-610x404In the midst of the election coverage, lots fell through the cracks including important, positive stuff.

Ryan J. Smith writing for Blessed Tomorrow shares good news about how Innovative Climate Media Makes Room for Faith.

Climate communications are an ever evolving myriad of mediums and expressions. From major productions like the new film Before the Flood to distribution tools on social media, the way we talk about climate is changing not only in language but also the methods with which we deliver it. These methods have increasingly welcomed people of faith, allowing them to reach unprecedented audiences with the click of a button.

copy_of_mu_blog_image_template-_horizontal_330x220_49He then goes on to highlight Dr. Katharine Hayhoe and her new Global Weirding YouTube series and Anna Jane Joyner’s new podcast, No Place Like Home, that she co-hosts.

Our very own Climate Stew podcast also gets a mention along with the new Citizens’ Climate Radio podcast (which is also now available through Northern Spirit Radio.)

Turns out Ryan is a big fan of Marvin Bloom (See below)

Check out: Innovative Climate Media Makes Room for Faith


Author: Peterson Toscano

Peterson Toscano is a quirky queer Quaker concerned about Climate Change. His website is

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