Category Archives: Climate Change

Climate Change: problem or opportunity?

By Brian Edgar and Mick Pope

Climate change is just one of the many issues which ought to be of interest to Christians. But climate change is also different to most of the others because of the way in which it draws together so many different dimensions of life.

  • This is not merely a scientific issue, it is also a social one.
  • It is not only an ethical issue, but also a deeply theological one.
  • In fact, it is a global, political, ethical, philosophical, theological, social, environmental, spiritual and eschatological issue! Read More »
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Climate Change – an inter-faith dialogue

Do different religions have any common ground when it comes to climate change? When  the Climate Institute invited Australia’s faiths to join in a discussion about climate change sixteen contributions were received and published under the heading Common Belief: Australia’s Faith Communities on Climate Change. Read More »

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AEA on climate change

The Australian Evangelical Alliance produced a statement on climate change which was published in the Climate Institute’s compendium of Australian religious statements Common Belief: Australia’s Faith Communities on Climate Change. Read More »

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Five reasons to care about climate change

Should evangelicals have anything to say about climate change?  I was asked this by Lausanne World Pulse and so I provided the following five reasons why evangelicals should be involved in what is said and done with regard to climate change. Read More »

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Seven climate change gaps

In 2007 I wrote about 7 climate change gaps that were appearing.

  1. The Emissions Gap
  2. The Effect Gap
  3. The Growth Gap
  4. The Moral Gap
  5. The Policy Gap
  6. The Language Gap
  7. The Opportunity Gap

You be the judge of whether they are still open or whether they are closing! Read More »

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