World Religion News: White House Honors 12 Faith Leaders in Climate Change

Jul 30, 2015 | In the News, IPL News Highlights, National Press Clips, What's New

On Monday, July 20, the White House recognized 12 faith leaders across numerous religions as environmental leaders on climate change. These leaders have been known to teach and encourage their fellow man to change their ways and recognize how they affect the environment. Gina McCarthy, the Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, said that they have taken on the important role they have as faith leaders. She said, “As the president and others, including the pope, have indicated, this really is a moral responsibility.” She went on to say that it is their efforts to “remind…and engage” people in the responsibility that everyone shares.  Read More

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