Tag Archives: evangelical

Breaking out of our bubbles

Sometimes I feel like I’m living in a bubble. Actually, we all live in our own custom-made bubbles that are shaped by our life experience and our education.

The world in my bubble is different from the world in your bubble.    The TV show Madmen dramatized this in an early episode, when Betty comes home with her drycleaning.     After a few minutes, the kids come running out of the bedroom Continue reading

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe — Evangelical Climate Scientist

[Update:  In light of the disgusting recent attacks directed at Dr. Hayhoe, and this terrific interview we are reposting her profile from last October.]

Yes, the headline has two possible meanings, and both fit.   Texas Tech Professor of Atmospheric Science Katharine Hayhoe is an evangelical Christian,* Continue reading

Climate change narratives
“Unusual suspects” take a stand

One of the most encouraging trends in climate communication is the growing diversity of voices who accept the reality of climate change.    Some  “unusual suspects” publicly call for action, like the military personnel in this short video by Peter Sinclair.    Others quietly bet on climate change in their portfolios  and strategic plans.    A partial list of “unusual suspects” includes: Continue reading