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How to Save a Climate? Just Die!

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  • Environmental Ethics
  • Franciscan Spirituality
  • Theology
  • Climate Change
  • Francis Of Assisi
  • Morality
  • Spirituality
  • Religious Science


This article treats the deeper casues of inaction toward mitigating global warming and climate change from moral and spiritual perspectives. The Patron Saint of Ecology, Francis of Assisi is a moral and spiritual exemplar for those who desire theologically grounded action on climate change issues. The Franciscan vision offers a powerful antidote to the moral malaise that prevents ordinary Christians from making the necessary choices to live more simply and share in the world's goods more equitably.

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