The Faith Factor in Climate Change: How Religion Impacts American Attitudes on Climate and Environmental Policy
While the scientific consensus is clear that human activities, particularly carbon emissions, are the main culprit of climate change; views differ with respect to the causes of climate change, its political importance, and how to address it.
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