When it comes to climate change, Christians get a bad rap.
Studies continue to indicate that in America — and particularly on Capitol Hill — conservative religiousity is closely linked to doubt on climate science. Yet there is a growing cohort of faith groups that seeks to overturn this stereotype.
When I was at COP21 in Paris a few weeks ago, I met with Keith Casto, a San-Francisco environmental lawyer who is a member of the American Bar Association and works with a nonprofit group called California Interfaith Power and Light (CIPL). CIPL was at COP21 to give a... Read More