Religion and climate change in the news

That people from many different religious traditions are interested in addressing the problem of global warming is a fact finally being picked up, though perhaps slowly, by the media.  We linked earlier to the online discussion at a Washington Post blog about religious perspectives on caring for the environment.  Though a week or two old now, we thought it might be worth pointing out this story at the New York Times about Jim Ball, the executive director of the nonprofit Evangelical Environmental Network.   (Note: the article is available through Times Select, which you can now register to use for free if you have a university-provided email address.)

If you see an interesting story on religion and climate change in the news, feel free to link to it in the comments below!

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One response to “Religion and climate change in the news

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