Download this free booklet from the National Association of Evangelicals that looks at how “environmental changes—including more severe natural disasters—threaten the lives and well-being of more and more people, and particularly the extreme poor.”
If there is such a thing as a Christian rock star for creation care, it would be Katharine Hayhoe. That is why we recommend this 2020 interview she did with Rolling Stone Magazine.
Evangelical climate scientist Dr. Kathryn Hayhoe says that the number one thing we can do to mitigate climate change is to “talk to others”. That is the theme of her 2018 TED Talk. The idea of talking to others about this important topic may feel overwhelming. April Maskiewicz Cordero shows what a helpful conversation might look like in this post from BioLogos.
This episode of NOVA about global climate change includes helpful information, a dose of hope, and the passionate voice of Christian climate scientist Kathryn Hayhoe.
It strikes me as noteworthy that our culture is taking recourse in the grandeur and scope of words that only theological language can supply. Responding to climate change is at the place where our Christian tradition meets science meets Christian spirituality. We need to recover the biblical language of “stewardship” for this beautiful creation.