The Christian climate professor bridging the gap between science and faith

Quartz at Work - Katharine Hayhoe is here to challenge the idea that science and faith are incompatible.

An atmospheric science professor and the director of the Climate Science Center of Texas Tech University, Hayhoe studies the impact of climate change at a local level, helping governments and organizations use climate data to adapt to the future. The Canadian scientist also happens to be an evangelical Christian—the US religious group that is least likely to believe climate change is the result of human activity.

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