Climate Change and Faith

Religious community leaders are beginning to understand that they must speak up about the carbon emissions and climate change crisis
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The Pope hopes to inspire action on climate change at next year’s UN meeting in Paris in December.

Pope Francis’s edict on climate change will anger deniers and US churches

Pope Francis’s edict on climate change will anger deniers and US churches. This pope needs to stay out of things he is totally clueless about.

Pope Francis Could Be Climate’s Secret Weapon Next Year

Yes, Religious Conservatives Accept Climate Change — Just Not The Ones You Think

Catholic Bishops From Every Continent Call For ‘An End To The Fossil Fuel Era’

Top leaders of global child rape network want to see an 'end to the fossil fuel era'.

College students are making global warming a moral issue. Here's why that scares people. - Vox | “The Pope's statement carries unique significance for the simple reason that he has unquestioned moral authority for millions of people. He threatens to situate the fight against climate change as a deeply moral issue, a matter of God's work on earth. Once it is so situated, it will slowly and inexorably drag culture and politics along in its wake. The right, which is entirely comfortable…

College students are making global warming a moral issue. Here's why that scares people.

Divestment campaign about making climate change a moral issue and the backlash to it.

Pope Francis: The world is near ‘suicide’ on climate change; ‘it’s now or never’ - "I would say that we are at the limits of suicide," Pope Francis warned.

Pope Francis: The world is near ‘suicide’ on climate change; ‘it’s now or never’

Pope Francis: The world is near ‘suicide’ on climate change; ‘it’s now or never’ - "I would say that we are at the limits of suicide," Pope Francis warned.

Campaigners hail 'major victory' as council representing half a billion Christians says it will stop investing in fossil fuels

World Council of Churches rules out fossil fuel investments

World Council of Churches pulls fossil fuel investments Campaigners hail 'major victory' as council representing half a billion Christians says it will stop investing in fossil fuels

Climate denial is immoral, says head of US Episcopal church Climate change is a moral challenge threatening the rights of the world’s poorest people and those who deny it are not using God’s gift of knowledge, says presiding bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori  | The Guardian - 25 March 2015 » http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/mar/24/climate-change-denial-immoral-says-head-episcopal-church

Climate denial is immoral, says head of US Episcopal church

Episcopal Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori—Climate change is a moral challenge threatening the rights of the world’s poorest people and those who deny it are not using God’s gift of knowledge, says presiding bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori

Climate change is just another sign of the end times, according to half of America. What a new report on theology and global warming means for public policy.

Climate change is just another sign of the end times, according to half of America

A group of leading Islamic scholars have issued a declaration calling on the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims to do their part to eliminate dangerous greenhouse gas emissions and turn toward renewable energy sources.

A group of leading Islamic scholars have issued a declaration calling on the world’s billion Muslims to do their part to eliminate dangerous greenhouse gas emissions and turn toward renewable energy sources.

Faith leaders from across the religious spectrum have issued a joint call for G20 leaders to act on climate change, end fossil fuel subsidies and rapidly transition to a low carbon economy. Clergy and leaders from Jewish, Christian, Hindu, Muslim, Buddhist and Indigenous communities held a press conference in a Brisbane church close to where G20 leaders were meeting in Australia.

Part 2 of the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change Press Conference, includes all Faith leaders present at the event. Faith leaders from across…

Christians learn the art of non-violent protest.  Ecumenical workshop focuses on changing "flawed" responses to violence.

Christians learn the art of non-violent protest. Ecumenical workshop focuses on changing "flawed" responses to violence.

The religious case for caring about climate change – Talk about values, not just data: how this minister wants to inspire people to take action on protecting the environment. Article in Vox Magazine

The religious case for caring about climate change

NEW YORK: Brazil, China, India and South Africa voiced disappointment Sunday over the failure of rich countries to come up with billions of dollars needed to help them sign on to a landmark climate change deal.

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