Beetles brought to the U.S. to control a tree introduced more than a century ago are munching their way through Western waterways just like they were meant to. But that's a potential problem for an endangered songbird. Like most environmental stories, this gets complicated.
American Christians are 5-10 years behind the curve on thinking about environmental concerns, say theologians Ched Myers and Elaine Enns. The pair is working to change that through a framework they call Watershed Discipleship.