Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Religion & Climate Change

An interesting blog post on the Environmental Defense Fund's site.

Dominique Browning writes:
With every passing week, the scientific data gets more precise, and more frightening. Yet this has proven insufficient to move people to action. All the more fascinating, then, to watch the growing movement among religious leaders who use their pulpits to venture into environmental action. More than 10,000 congregations of Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Buddhist and other faiths are working in 30 states as members of Interfaith Power & Light (IPL). These religious leaders are clearly having an impact on people across the country who would never call themselves environmentalists.
Dominique Browning's Personal Nature Column » Religion and Climate Change

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