In March 2009 while the Environmental Protection Agency was rushing to fulfill a presidential campaign pledge to document that carbon dioxide (CO2) and five other greenhouse gases endangered public health and the environment, a longtime employee, Alan Carlin, put out a 93-page report challenging the science being cited and the drift of the agency from its initial role to one captured by fanatical activists and alarmists, treating environmentalism more as a religion than based in science......
I wouldnt hold religion up as supporters of GW if I were you .
Its not a threat . Religion is notorious in the USA for NOT supporting GW .
We of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America are deeply concerned about the environment, locally and globally ...
The two large Churches in Germany reminded us at the start of their nation-wide "Week for Life" in May to be more aware of the environment. The efforts to preserve the integrity of creation "must be much stronger" said the Chairman of the catholic German Bishops' Conference, Karl Lehmann, at a ceremony in Düsseldorf. The biblical sentence, man shall subdue the Earth, means that man takes over the responsibility, emphasised the Chairman of the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD), Präses Manfred Kock.
Religion is notorious in the USA for NOT supporting GW .
And Germany is in Europe .
One example ? Not quite a statistical analysis there, is it .
My original statement that you queried was about the USA . Replying with European Churches means nothing .
Yes, might be best to avoid facts if you want to make religion out to be supporters of GW .
Following on in a thread gives the impression you are talking about the thread topic .
What is the intention of a thread's headline in your opinion?
So do you think my point was mute or do Christian Churches in the USA basically oppose GW ?
"we should become good stewards of the environment"