It has been almost a quarter century since the majority of nations signed the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, agreeing to “limit dangerous anthropogenic [human] interference with the climate system.” And yes, nearly 25 years since the world agreed to prevent serious impacts on global food supply, the natural environment and the economy…. Read More
In the lead-up to the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris this month, we talk to Katharine Hayhoe. She’s an atmospheric scientist and a devout Christian who reaches out to Christian climate change doubters in the Bible Belt.
White evangelical Protestants are the group least likely to believe in climate change. So in America, Katharine Hayhoe is setting out to change that. This profile originally appeared in Macleans Not far into her presentation—after a slide displaying results from ancient ice core samples; before one showing 86 per cent of Texas currently languishing in… Read More