Tag Archives: people of faith and climate change
National Preach-In on Global Warming

Show Your Love for the Planet This Weekend

This weekend is Valentine’s Day – a perfect time to show your love of creation and your fellow man by taking action to curb climate change. Join 100,000 people of faith for the National Preach-In on Global Warming, happening February 13, 14, and 15. This event, organized by our Blessed Tomorrow partner Interfaith Power & […]

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Katharine Hayhoe

Turning Moral Beliefs into Meaningful Climate Action

As climate communicators, it’s vital to frame our message in a way that appeals to the values and identities of our audience. Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist who is also an evangelical Christian, knows this very well.   As she says in this Guernica interview, religion and science don’t have to be mutually exclusive, but […]

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PRRI Climate Survey

New PRRI Climate Survey Offers Insights into Faith and Climate Attitudes

On November 21st, the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI), in partnership with the American Academy of Religion (AAR), released the results of a 3,000-person national survey in a report entitled “Believers, Sympathizers, and Skeptics.” This is my second blog post examining this report. Whereas the first post focused on insights related to the general public, […]

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