Tag Archives: climate change

The day nuclear power dropped off the list of viable clean energy sources

Many public officials and even leaders in the environmental community, myself included, were beginning to accept that nuclear power was not only a part of a clean energy future for America, but a cornerstone for the package of alternatives to … Continue reading

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A helpful but incomplete book: my review of Mere Environmentalism, by Steven Hayward

My review of Mere Environmentalism, a small book by conservative writer and policy analyst Steven Hayward, is now appearing in Flourish magazine.  It is a helpful, but incomplete, view of Christians in environmental work, which presents the clear distinctions between … Continue reading

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By now you certainly know that weather is not climate. A very funny spoof.

Next time you year someone say, “It’s so cold today! How about that global warming, eh!”–think about this comedy segment:

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What is clean energy and how can I get some?

The problem of producing enough energy has always forced leaders and civilizations into a position of making sweeping moral choices and to pit nation against nation and people against people. There is always a price to pay for energy. Throughout most … Continue reading

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The nuances of the evangelical environmental movement: in Slate magazine.

Slate magazine has been poking around the evangelical environmental movement, which has been a focus of my attention the last five years. The article appears today. It presents different viewpoints, ideologies, and strategies within the movement, but suggests that we’re … Continue reading

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What is the “State of the Air” in your city? How’s the breathing where you live?

I can think of several people with whom I work or with whom my children play who have asthma.  You probably know someone with asthma, or you have asthma yourself. It seems normal now, but I don’t recall knowing anyone … Continue reading

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Lighten up! Political cartoons on climate change

Our public relations firm had its first client in the evangelical environmental movement about five years ago, and we’ve been pleased to be involved with several efforts to protect God’s creation since then (including EEN, Serve God. Save the Planet, … Continue reading

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Paper or Plastic? Any new answers to an old question?

You can leave your heart in San Francisco, but don’t you dare leave your plastic bag there. Or in a number of other west coast cities and towns, where the use of plastic grocery bags  is banned. And state bans … Continue reading

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10:10 No Pressure–One of the Worst Cause-Related Public Relations Campaigns of All Time

Cause-related film casts climate movement in horrific light I’ve been in the public relations business for more than 30 years, all of them for Christian causes–including campaigns for Christian environmental organizations. And I still provide counsel to clients in these … Continue reading

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What determines timing and vibrancy of autumn colors?

It’s October and here in Atlanta and there is almost no autumn color. Very few trees have started changing. Temperatures are finally starting to cool—we had weather in the 90s until just two weeks ago—so we will begin to see … Continue reading

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