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In her newest “Global Weirding” video, Texas Tech climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe takes a look at what the world’s religions have to say about the changing climate. Hayhoe argues that both climate data and moral values can guide people in deciding what to do about global warming.

“Speaking for myself, I’m a Christian,” she says. “And I believe that, as a Christian, I am called to help people who are suffering. Who’s most vulnerable to the impacts of a changing climate? The poor, the world over.”

Hayhoe’s “Global Weirding” series is produced by KTTZ Texas Tech Public Media and distributed by PBS Digital Studios. She expects to air new episodes on YouTube every other Wednesday.

With permission from Texas Tech University climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe and her colleagues, Yale Climate Connections is reposting each episode.

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