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An Examination of the Scientific, Ethical and Theological Implications of Climate Change Policy

November 27, 2006

In this 2006 paper for the Cornwall Alliance, Climate Scientist Roy Spencer, Policy Analyst Paul Driessen, and Theologian E. Calvin Beisner, examine the "emerging assessment of the moral and religious implications of climate change policy.

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In this 2006 paper for the Cornwall Alliance, Climate Scientist Roy Spencer, Policy Analyst Paul Driessen, and Theologian E. Calvin Beisner, examine the "emerging assessment of the moral and religious implications of climate change policy." The authors recommend Christians practice a prudent approach toward climate policy and environmentalism as a whole.

Author
Dr. Roy Spencer was a Senior Scientist for Climate Studies at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, where he and Dr. John Christy received NASA’s Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal for their global temperature monitoring work with satellites.
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Author
Paul Driessen is a senior policy advisor with the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) and the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise.
pdriessen@cox.net