Climate change affects everyone, but not everyone is affected in the same way. While people in affluent parts of the world may simply worry about it (or, choose not to worry about it), others suffer from climate change in a very direct way. Moreover, people most affected are often also the people who contribute the least to our current climate crisis. Climate change thus brings together the twin issue of sustainability and (distributive) justice. How are we to care for one another in a time of increased vulnerability and inequity? How may we build communities that are just and sustainable? Do our religious traditions provide us with answers? Or, are they part of the problem? Besides reading texts by climate scientists, sociologists, political scientists, climate activists, religious scholars and ethicists, you will research and learn from initiatives by (religious) organizations, activists and businesses working towards a just and sustainable community in Fargo-Moorhead.