RELIGION AND THE CLIMATE CHANGE PHENOMENON

Abstract

The paper sheds some light on what is meant by religion and what a right religion can do for the people. It goes into a fairly detailed analysis of the climate change phenomenon. This it does by giving various definitions of the concept, noting the recognizable change in global climate, its causes and its diverse manifestations in different parts of the world. It also sheds much light on its seriousness as a phenomenon. This seriousness the paper points out, is further manifested in its serious implications on virtually all environmental issues of importance in sustainable development. The paper highlights a number of sins of humankind against the environment, that have contributed to climate change. It discusses believers can at every available opportunity, disseminate information on climate change.

Keywords: Adaptation, Climate Change, Mitigation, Religion., Sins against the Environment, Sustainable Development

Unique Article ID: IJEER-110

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