The Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility — an activist network of Catholic and Protestant groups — is waging a David-against-Goliath campaign to get ExxonMobil to acknowledge and address the issue of global warming. Wielding the power of the $90 billion pension fund portfolio owned by its member groups, Interfaith is using its stockholder status to try to pressure ExxonMobil to pursue renewable energy and reduce its emissions from burning fossil fuels. Meanwhile, religious leaders in 16 states are launching efforts to educate their congregations about global warming, urging them to use resources more wisely and be politically active.