How the fight against climate change fits into the LDS . teachings


The order to care for the Earth dates back to the days of the Garden of Eden, the church teaches, and is still in effect. Professor BYU solves the problem.

(William Anders / NASA via AP, File) December 24, 1968, file photo provided by NASA shows Earth behind the moon’s surface during the Apollo 8 mission. A recent global conference outlined develop a plan to combat climate change.

Leaders of nearly 200 countries met in Glasgow, Scotland, recently to discuss how to limit climate change.

washington articles reported that they had agreed to increase commitments to cut carbon, phase out some fossil fuels and increase aid to poor countries that are on the front lines of global warming.

For many Latter-day Saints, these are pressing, even religious, concerns.

On this week’s show, George Handley, who teaches the humanities at Brigham Young University and has written extensively on environmental issues, talks about how these ecological challenges connect to church doctrine.


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