Texas Tech University

Religion and roots of climate change denial?

Minnesota Public Radio

April 13, 2015

Minnesota Public Radio - People sometimes ask me if I “believe in” climate change. I sometimes reply do you “believe in gravity?” Climate change is a scientific fact, not a religion. You can disbelieve in gravity, but you're still going to hit the ground hard if you jump off the roof.

Texas Tech climate scientist and self described "climate evangelist" Dr. Kathryn Hayhoe puts faith and climate science in perspective in a talk this week at Boston College. Her talk on "Religion and the Roots of Climate Change Denial" is well worth a listen.

Read the post and view the video he discusses here.