News: Episcopal News Service April 25, 2016


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April 25, 2016


U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, with granddaughter in tow, signs the Paris Agreement on April 22. Kerry was among 175 world leaders who signed the historic climate agreement in a ceremony coinciding with the 46th annual Earth Day. Photo: United Nations

California bishop represents church at climate agreement signing
Among the hundreds of people present at the United Nations headquarters in New York on April 22 for the historic signing of the world’s first ever comprehensive agreement on climate change, California Bishop Marc Andrus stood out as the only visible religious leader, dressed in a purple clerical shirt and a collar.

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