Help Fix Global Warming, Interfaith Leaders Will Tell Politicians

May 28, 2008

Author: Staff Writer

Source: The Boston Globe

A group of interfaith leaders this morning are expected to deliver more than 1,000 signatures to Gov. Deval Patrick and House Speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi to demonstrate the religious community's deep concern for the environment.

The Massachusetts Interfaith Climate Action Network, made up of about 20 Christian, Islamic, Jewish, and other groups are getting involved politically in climate change and other environmental issues to ensure the protection of God’s creation and better help poor people who are likely to bear the brunt of impacts from environmental degradation.