KlimaTV – Religion
10:08 | Environmental activist Gopal D. Patel thinks the climate movement could learn a lot from one of the longest-standing social initiatives in human history: religion.
57:24 | In episode four, 60 Minutes’ Lesley Stahl travels to Greenland to investigate the effects of global warming in the Arctic. Down south, Ian Somerhalder travels to North Carolina to listen in on both sides of the evangelical community’s debate over climate change.
58:11 | The series premiere of this globetrotting docu-series about the human impacts of climate change explores the devastating effects of extreme drought and deforestation.
Er klimakrisen kristendommens skyld? Eller kan den være en del af løsningen? Og kan noget der hedder økoteologi, være mere end en omgang hippiesnak fra 70’erne?
13:02 | The global climate crisis will require us to transform the way we act, says His Holiness Pope Francis.
1:09:55 | Why folks don’t talk about climate change and how to break the silence. Katharine Hayhoe speaks about climate change, communication and faith at universities and churches.
23:01 | The battle between evangelical Christians in the US over climate change.
2:35 | The Rev. Dr. Ambrose Carroll, founder of Green the Church campaign, discusses the power of the African American church in the fight against climate change.
1:15:59 | With Laurel Kearns, Associate Professor of Sociology and Religion and Environmental Studies, Drew Theological School.
3:16 | Religious leaders from all the world’s faiths are coming together through Religions for Peace to build a consensus around climate change action.
1:58 | Peter Raven, a member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences for 25 years, has little patience for people who deny that global climate change is happening.
6:49 | In anticipating Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change, catholics, protestants, scientists, and lay people discuss the ethics and spiritual meaning of climate action.
25:15 | Christian and climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe talks to Bill Moyers about ending the gridlock between politics, science and faith.