“What good is a mountain just to have a mountain?” (Jason Bostic, VP of the West Virginia Coal Association) The Seven Deadly Sins of Climate Change is about the human causes of climate change, the disregard of the natural world, and how human behaviors continue to contribute to the earth’s environmental decline. In the late sixth century, Roman Catholic Pope Gregory produced a list, later known as the Seven Deadly Sins. These sins were condemned by the church as offenses against God. “Over the past several decades,” says Wayne Muller, author of A Life of Being, Doing, and Having...
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