Tag: environment

Weather: going to extremes
(July 19, 2012)

This post is now out of date, and is replaced by the page Weather: going to extremes

The heat is on!
(July 14, 2012)

This page is now out of date. Please go to Is the world really heating up? for up-to-date information.

Who's afraid of climate change?
(July 12, 2012)

I have blogged on climate change before – see Climate change and christians and Christians and climate change. Almost another year has passed and new information is now available. It’s time to review. Over the next couple of weeks I’ll look at the evidence, the causes and the effects. Most importantly, I’ll be looking at […]

Climate change and christians
(September 18, 2011)

A month ago I pondered why so many christians appear unwilling to accept the broad consensus of reputable climate scientists that human-induced global warning is a serious threat to the earth. I have now come across some information that suggests that christians are not doing their homework, but are believing things told to them by […]

Christians and climate change
(August 5, 2011)

Lately I have been pondering two facts: The majority of world climate scientists believe the evidence shows that our climate is changing because of human activity, and, if allowed to continue unchecked, this will have disastrous consequences for hundreds of millions of people. Christians are well represented among those who are unwilling to accept these […]

My ecological footprint
(June 29, 2011)

If you are reading this, you probably live in an English-speaking western country. And it is no secret that we in the west use a greater amount of the world’s resources than do people in less affluent countries. Is it fair?