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Faith in a Climate-Changed World

4.1.2022 – New Mexicans already face the impacts of climate change, including uncertain water supplies for irrigation, dry riverbeds, forest die-offs, and wildfires. When it comes to climate change and climate action, what lessons do communities of faith hold for people both religious and secular? How do people grieve the loss of species and ecosystems? And how has white supremacy shaped both the climate—and Christian theology? Correspondent Laura Paskus and Larry Rasmussen, professor emeritus at Union Theological Seminary, dive into all these topics.

Correspondent: Laura Paskus

Guest: Larry Rasmussen, professor emeritus, Union Theological Seminary

For More Information:

Earth Honoring Faith Book

Religion and Views on Climate and Energy Issues – Pew Research Institute

Faith groups increasingly join fight against climate change – ABC News