Margaret’s op-ed, “Opposing Rollbacks to the Magnuson-Steven Act,” is published in Daily Hampshire Gazette (January 16, 2019)
Margaret is quoted in an article, “Faith and science communities join forces to change the world” (November 10, 2018)
Margaret is quoted in an article about science and faith coming together on Cape Cod to tackle the climate crisis, “Sandwich forum focuses on spiritual collaboration in efforts to fight global warming” (November 4, 2018)
Margaret is quoted in an article about the crowds who gathered at a synagogue in Northampton, MA to honor the 11 victims of the shooting in Pittsburgh, PA (Oct. 30, 2018)
Margaret reports on an international symposium about the climate crisis, held in Greece, June 3-5, 2018, in Episcopal News Service. The article is here.
Margaret is quoted in a report by Anglican News on Massachusetts faith leaders and scientists joining forces in a climate change emergency appeal (May 31, 2018).
Hot off the presses! Margaret contributed an essay to a collection of essays published in Spring 2018 by SEARCH: A Church of Ireland Journal, on the topic: The Episcopal Church — Standing Up to Climate Change Denial.
Margaret’s monthly “Creation Care Network” e-news is now available on this website. It includes opportunities to learn, pray, act and advocate for the earth. View the archive or subscribe here.
Margaret’s Letter to the Editor is published in the Boston Globe, “Trump is spitting in God’s face by slashing national monuments” (Dec. 15, 2017)
With Rabbi Katy Z. Allen, Margaret writes an op ed for MetroWest Daily News, “To love God and neighbor, put a price on carbon pollution” (October 22, 2017)
Margaret’s op-ed, “Harvey reinforces urgency of climate crisis,” is featured in Daily Hampshire Gazette, September 5, 2017.
Margaret wins 2016 EcoPreacher Contest for her sermon, “Sacred Earth, Sacred Trust.”
Margaret was interviewed by masslive (Springfield, MA): Climate change “threatens everything we love” (October 16, 2016)
In September 2016 Margaret received the 2016 “Steward of God’s Creation Award” from the National Religious Coalition on Creation Care.
Margaret’s climate justice ministry goes ecumenical: as of Feb. 24, 2016, she now serves both the Episcopal Diocese of Western Mass. and the Mass. Conference, United Church of Christ.
Margaret was quoted by the Daily Hampshire Gazette on Feb. 5, 2016, when she urged Northampton City Council to pass a resolution urging elimination of the solar net metering cap in Massachusetts.
Margaret wrote an article on Hope, resilience, and climate change, published by Daily Hampshire Gazette on Jan. 16, 2016. Click the link to download a PDF.
On Sept. 22, 2015, Margaret joined a delegation of faith leaders who met at the U.S. State Department with Karen Florini, Deputy Special Envoy for Climate Change.
On Sept. 21, 2015, Margaret spoke at the prayer breakfast in Washington, D.C. for National Religious Coalition for Creation Care, announcing the release by religious leaders of an Open Letter about climate to President Obama, which she helped to draft. Text of the letter is here.
Margaret speaks about Pope Francis’ encyclical for Bill Newman’s radio show, “The Rev. and the Rabbi” (WHMP, FM 96.9), on Sept. 11, 2015. Podcast is here (Margaret begins speaking 11 minutes into the show).
Bill McKibben’s article on the New England roots of religious environmentalism, “What Religion Can Teach Climate Scientists,” Boston Globe Magazine, July 25, 2015.
Margaret speaks on the radio about the Episcopal Church’s divestment from fossil fuels, for Bill Newman’s morning show, “The Rev. and the Rabbi” (WHMP, FM 96.9), on July 9, 2015. Listen to an MP3.
Margaret was interviewed by the Daily Hampshire Gazette soon after the July 2, 2015, decision by the Episcopal Church to divest from fossil fuels.
In this 30-minute radio interview with “Religious Roundtable,” broadcast by WSBS AM/FM and recorded on Earth Day 2015, Margaret speaks about what’s happening in the climate movement and what inspires her ministry.
Before Earth Day 2015, Margaret is interviewed by Channel 22 News at a climate rally in Springfield, Mass.
Margaret was recently interviewed about plans for non-violent civil disobedience if the Keystone XL pipeline is approved. Click here to view the clip: WGGB-TV, Springfield, MA (Jan. 10, 2015).
Margaret was interviewed by Victoria Ix, Communications Director of the Diocese of Western Massachusetts, for Abundant Times (May 2014). Read or download it here.
The Daily Hampshire Gazette has published an extensive profile of Margaret – “Former Grace Church leader takes on new role promoting care of Earth”. A pdf reprint is available here.
Margaret’s article, “The Episcopal Church and Climate Change: The First Twenty-Five Years” was published in the November 2013 issue of Anglican Theological Review.
A video of Margaret’s keynote address, “Facing the Climate Crisis: Living in Hope,” delivered on October 14, 2103, for the 2013 USBI North American Biochar Symposium, is available on the Multimedia page.
Reporting on a September 2013 conference, Margaret reflects on the relationship between climate justice and racial and economic justice – http://www.diocesewma.org/
Margaret is one of several leaders in the sustainable climate movement quoted in a June 29, 2013 Boston Globe article about fossil fuel divestment. Here is a pdf for those who can’t get past the paywall.
Margaret’s reflection on the Climate Revival, “Reviving the Climate, Restoring our Souls,” posted by Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts, is here.
Margaret reflects on the Climate Revival and the climate summit in an essay, “Rising with Christ: Confronting Climate Change,” posted by Episcopal News Service.
Margaret was a panelist at a D.C. climate summit in May 2103 sponsored by the Episcopal Church and the Church of Sweden, “Sustaining Hope in the Face of Climate Change: Faith Communities Gather,” and is quoted in an article by Episcopal News Service.
Margaret was part of the core team that planned and led Climate Revival: An Ecumenical Festival to Embolden the Renewal of Creation on April 27, 2013 in downtown Boston. Episcopal News Service reported on this historic event: http://episcopaldigitalnetwork.com.