The ethics of climate scepticism

The ethics of climate scepticism, Martin J Hodson & Margot R Hodson, Grove Booklets, 2015.


There is an overwhelming scientific consensus on the reality of human-induced global warming. And yet popular perception continues to be sceptical. What are the motivations behind such scepticism? How can we engage with it? And what is the role of Christian individuals and communities in the debate about climate change?

This booklet by Martin and Margot Hodson was funded by the Agriculture and Theology Project and published by Grove Booklets. Details on how to obtain a copy can be found HERE.

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