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Title: Attenders’ sense of moral duty to act on climate change
Other Titles: NCLS Research Fact sheet-14021
Authors: Miriam Pepper
Nicole Hancock
Ruth Powell
Sam Sterland
Steve Bevis
Keywords: environment;social views
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: NCLS Research
Citation: Bevis, S., Hancock, N., Pepper, M., Powell, R., & Sterland, S. (2014). Attenders sense of moral duty to act on climate change, NCLS Research Fact Sheet 14021. Sydney: NCLS Research.
Abstract: Some of Australia’s church denominations, congregations/parishes, church aid and development agencies, and ecumenical networks have spoken publicly about climate change and its implications for humans and God’s larger Creation, and have urged the churches and the broader society to mitigate climate change and its effects on the most vulnerable.The extent to which church attenders feel a sense of responsibility to act on climate change can give an indication of the degree to which the work of institutions connects with the people in the pews.
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