By Minnie Payne
With the cold weather that the North Texas has experienced lately, many people may question Al Gore’s preaching on climate change. Is climate change real or not?
To counter the lingering doubt, Interfaith Power & Light, a nonprofit religious organization, is organizing a national preach-in on climate change on Valentine’s weekend, Feb. 14-16. They hope to apprise the public of the seriousness of global warming and what we can do to prevent it.
“The proof is in the pudding,” says Stephen Fuqua, co-chair of Dallas Interfaith Power & Light, a local chapter of the organization. “The scientific community has a broad consensus that climate change is a reality. This consensus is best represented by the International Panel on Climate Change reports to the United Nations.”