Since the time of Galileo, science and faith have been framed as two opposing, or at best, non-overlapping systems. Skepticism about the effects of climate change-exhibited by many Christians in the U.S.-perpetuates this perceived warfare between science and religion.
Climate change can seem like a far-off distant problem. The reality, though, is that climate change is affecting us today. It’s doing this by taking many of the risks we already face naturally—floods and storms, heat and drought—and supersizing or exacerbating them. And the more carbon we produce, the more dangerous the effects will be… Read More
Climate change is happening. It’s supercharging hurricanes, wildfires, droughts, heat waves, and rain. It’s heating the oceans and melting the giant ice sheets that anchor our poles, increasing coastal flood risk. Wherever we live on this earth, global warming is affecting us—yes, us; climate change doesn’t matter just to future generations or to people in… Read More
Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe joined us today for a Reddit AMA. We’ve compiled some of the best questions and answers below. Exactly how disheartening is it to be a climate scientist during this administration and what measures can we, as a population, take to make progress on climate policy change in spite of it? It is… Read More
The award-winning atmospheric scientist on the urgency of the climate crisis and why people are her biggest hope
Jon Nese interviews Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, atmospheric scientist and Director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University.
At Grace Capital City in Washington D.C., Chris and Jessica Moerman are working to educate their congregation about how climate science and faith can coexist.
Perspective | Five myths about climate change November 30 The Fourth National Climate Assessment – the work of 13 federal agencies and more than 350 scientists, including me – is clear: The Earth is warming faster than at any time in human history, and we’re the ones causing it.
The 4th National Climate Assessment November 26, 2018 Featuring Katharine Hayhoe, Director of Texas Tech Climate Science Center
Trump’s Comments on Climate Change Report Debunked by Scientist Who Wrote It Image: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration A scientist and author of the 1,600-page climate change report quietly released last Friday is debunking claims made by President Donald Trump who declared he’d “read some of” the report before saying, “I don’t believe it.”