Katharine Hayhoe is one of the most respected experts on global warming in the country. She’s also an evangelical Christian who is trying to connect with the very people who most doubt her research. Texas Monthly profiles this gutsy scientist who speaks truth in a culture that often doesn’t want to hear it.
Dr. Katherine Hayhoe is a professor and co-director the Climate Center at Texas Tech University. She is also an evangelical Christian. In this OpEd piece recently printed in The New York Times, she explains why her faith compels her when it comes to climate change, who will bear the brunt of the change, and why […]
Check out the Evangelical Environmental Network’s archived webinar with scientist Katherine Hayhoe detailing the alarming findings of the U.S. government’s latest National Climate Assessment. Get the facts to help God’s people know the truth. (NASA Photo from Apollo 11)
Check out Quartz’s inspirational profile of Katherine Hayhoe, an evangelical Christian and director of the Climate Science Center of Texas Tech University. A worldwide lecturer on how humans are changing the planet, Hayhoe speaks prophetically about how our faith calls us to care for the planet. And like all prophets, she gets pushback.
In this 52-minute video, Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, the world-renowned climatologist and evangelical Christian, speaks with ministry leaders on about climate change. In separating fact from fiction about climate change, she helps open the path for understanding our proper faith response to the crisis. From CareofCreation.net.
Climate scientist and evangelical Christian Katherine Hayhoe discusses climate change, why our faith demands action, and the reasons why we must move beyond politics and ideological arguments in this recent interview with Ann Neumann in Guernica. (Photo: John LeGear, Creative Commons)
Is Superstorm Sandy a symptom of climate change? Listen to this interview with Christian climate scientist Katherine Hayhoe who puts the storm into historical and scientific perspective, as well as providing an update on the latest in climate science. Posted on Patheos. (Photo by DVDSHUB, used by Creative Commons License. Thanks. Photo is a house […]