We often hear about the huge problems involving climate change: melting glaciers, rising sea levels, plus intensifying hurricanes, tornadoes, and other weather patterns. But what can we do about these problems, and not feel so powerless against them?
Prominent climate change scientist Katharine Hayhoe paid a visit to Wisconsin on Wednesday and Thursday. We’ll talk to her about the intersection of faith and climate change, and the state of global action on the issue.
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Reports on the impact of a rapidly warming globe make some people depressed. They make some people angry. And they make others deny scientific research altogether. They don’t make anybody hopeful…but maybe they should?
Today’s discussion with climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe—guest editor of this month’s issue of Chatelaine—is an answer to the despair you might feel when reading the latest news stories. It’s also a lesson in how to talk to your friends and family who either don’t believe in climate change or aren’t willing to take any action because “it’s too small to make a difference.” You don’t have to go vegan, sell your car, or move to the forest to make a difference—even though it might feel you do. There’s a better way.
This week Katharine Hayhoe joins GCC for a special message. Katharine is an atmospheric scientist, church planter, and author and we are honored to have her with us.
NPR’s Scott Simon speaks with Katherine Hayhoe of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University about a new report showing that recent extreme natural events are due to climate change. SCOTT SIMON, HOST: The federal government’s newest comprehensive report on climate change and its effects was released yesterday.
Global warming: it’s one of the hottest scientific and political issues of today. But we’ve all found ourselves asking…
- It’s freezing outside—where’s global warming now?
- The climate is always changing—how do we know this isn’t just a cycle?
- Why should Christians care about global warming when we know the world won’t end that way?
This week on the Lifeschool Podcast, listen to Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist and evangelical Christian, who absolutely blew Caesar and Heath’s mind on this topic with her grace and wisdom. This will change you!