• Rev M Malcom, MDiv MBA

Guided by the spirit, climate activist takes one step a time

If you are going to tackle what may be the biggest problem in the world, it's probably best to take it one step at a time.


Steven Coleman, a retired engineer and lifelong Catholic, did just that. He started with his home, then reached out to his parish, and finally stepped into the national arena and the halls of Congress in his campaign to combat climate change.


Read More: Guided by the spirit, climate activist takes one step at a time | National Catholic Reporter



Steve Coleman stands beside his chicken coop on his farm in Madison, Wisconsin. He calls this structure the "chicken mobile," because it is attached to two old bicycles from the Goodwill that allow the coop to be moved from place to place, a practice known as rotational grazing. (Tom Boswell)

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