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Religions address climate change

Congregations join statewide coalition to raise awareness

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When Rabbi Linda Motzkin talks about the need to fight climate change, she cites the Jewish principle of Bal Tashchit, saying it prohibits wastefulness. When the Rev. Henry Frueh talks about the need to fight climate change, he talks about St. Francis of Assisi, and his call to live in a way that honors and respects nature. Frueh and Motzkin are the newest board members of New York Interfaith Power and Light, a coalition of ...


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gina99
January 27, 2013
8:14 a.m.

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One of the coldest days of the year they want it even colder. Our climate has been changing since the Big Bang. This is more about more government regulation than real science.

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