The Religion & Environment Story Project (RESP) trains journalists, editors, and public-facing scholars interested in the intersection of the environment and religion. Their goal is to bridge the divide between religion and science beats and promote new thinking that will educate the public, especially on the climate crisis. RESP will cover travel, food, and lodging for their two workshops. Fellows will also receive a stipend of $2,000 after completing the program and committing to producing at least one story for a general audience, amongst other perks. The fellowship is currently on hiatus.