Philip Clayton is practicing what he preaches.
As you may know, Philip Clayton is Ingraham Professor of Theology at CST (a chair previously occupied by both John Cobb and Marjorie Suchocki) and, like his predecessors, is very much committed to the role of theology in addressing the world's problems.
Recently, Professor Clayton answered a public call from a U.S. Representative to engage the issues of environmental destruction from an explicitly Christian perspective. Clayton responds via a YouTube post on his blog.
This response in line with what I understand to be the focus of the recent Ford Foundation grant at Claremont, secured by Professors Clayton and Suchocki, to examine how better to theologically engage social issues through the church. You can read more about the "Transforming Theology" project here.