A Moral Climate: The Ethics of Global Warming
Despite clarion calls from scientists and cover stories on magazines like Time telling uss to "Be afraid!" Be very afraid!" the threat of an ecological crisis has failed to achieve prominence in religious or political circles. And yet it is one of the biggest moral dilemmas of our time. In this groundbreaking book Michael Northcott examines theological attitudes to climate change, from the complacent to the apocalyptic, and the ethical implications for all Christians. Hard-hitting and comprehensive, The Moral Climate is must reading for anyone truly concerned about the greatest threat to our well-being.
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Review: A Moral Climate: The Ethics of Global WarmingUser Review - Jennifer - Goodreads
This book is written with a pretty technical tone and the setting is in Europe, which doesn't make it an easy read. It is interesting how Northcott links why Christianity and caring about our ... Read full review
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