Thursday, March 27, 2008

global warming

As I mentioned before in this blog global warming (specifically) and environmental issues (in general) have often been ignored by Christians. When they are addressed, they are often dealt with rather superficially (we could argue that that is true for most people's understanding of these issues).

Michael Specter has an article in the New Yorker about some of the complexities of measuring carbon footprints. It's worth the read. Specter does not reference the following graph... but it's an unexplored link to global warming


Maybe we should really promote Talk Like A Pirate Day this September!

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