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The Source: Fighting Global Climate Change A Moral Duty?

  
 

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Does the fact that man-made climate change is real obligate humanity to take action against it?

For many in the U.S. it does, but what that means for day-to-day action is a question mark. In the book "Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril" the collected writings of scholars, from E.O. Wilson to Bron Taylor, leaders from Pres. Barack Obama to The Dalai Lama and religious authorities from Desmond Tutu to the late Pope John Paul II were collected for the purpose of inspiring ethical action on the subject.

Editor, author and activist Kathleen Dean Moore joins us to talk about it ahead of her lecture tonight at Trinity University's Holt Center for the SoL Center.

Guest: 

  • Kathleen Dean Moore
Paul Flahive can be reached at Paul@tpr.org and on Twitter at @paulflahive