Leaders of nearly 200 nations met in Glasgow, Scotland, recently to discuss how to limit climate change.
The Washington Post reports that they agreed to ramp up their carbon-cutting commitments, phase out some fossil fuels, and increase aid to poor countries on the front lines of global warming.
To many Latter-day Saints, these are urgent, even religious, concerns.
On this week’s show, George Handley, who teaches humanities at Brigham Young University and has written extensively about environmental issues, talks about how these eco-challenges connect with church teachings.
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