Religious leaders from Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Shiite, Shinto, and Sunni traditions are in the midst of a six-day climate-change symposium coordinated by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I. Traveling on a ship down the coast of rapidly melting Greenland, the leaders are floating ideas on cooperating to close the perceived gap between religious and environmental interests. Says Baptist minister Jim Ball, with admirable punniness: “The image of all the religious leaders on the boat with the Ecumenical Patriarch says that we recognize [climate change] and that it’s time for us to get busy, and for all hands to get on deck.”