Vatican Climate Change Summit to Frame Action as Moral Imperative |

Pope Francis urges action on climate change |
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Rare meeting between scientists and representatives from all major religions will highlight moral duty to combat climate change |

Pope Francis has already said that he believes global warming is mostly man-made and that a Christian who does not protect God’s creation “is a Christian who does not care about the work of God”. He has also linked environmental exploitation to social and economic inequality, saying: “An economic system centred on the god of money needs to plunder nature to sustain the frenetic rhythm of consumption that is inherent to it.”
The summit – which will include speakers and representatives from all major religions – has brought about a rare meeting of minds between scientists and religious officials on climate change, even if they frame their arguments in different ways.
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