Scientific American Highlights Religion-Environment Potential for Climate Change

Today’s article in Scientific American by Evangelical Christian climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe highlights some of the potential of religions to help solve environmental problems.  Hayhoe notes recent surveyHayhoeSAtitlePicJPG research showing that Pope Francis’ environmental encyclical and visit to the United States helped shift American perceptions about climate change about 10% toward greater belief in the seriousness of climate change and the need to take action.  Hayhoe will attend the COP-21 meetings in Paris as both a scientist and a person of faith.


Dr. Hayhoe spoke about Climate Change: Facts, Fictions, and Our Faith at an Earthkeeping Summit at Ohio State in October of 2014.

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