Religious Leaders Confronting Climate Change: Podcast with Mary Evelyn Tucker
February 11, 2015 Yale Climate Connections
Most of the world’s religions — including Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Buddhism — have said that protecting vulnerable people and the earth are moral imperatives. These values are inspiring religious leaders to speak out on climate change.
TUCKER: “Clearly this is already adversely affecting vulnerable people of lower incomes be it in the first world or the 3rd world. So there is an environmental justice issue here.”