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Friday, 30 August 2013 21:16

Climate change and religion in Australia

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They have called on both Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott to wind back coal exports and recognise the moral implications of inaction on climate change. 

The leaders of Jewish, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist, Christian and Catholic faith traditions have together spoken out in an open letter about the urgency of acting on climate change as a moral issue.In the video, Sr Annette expressed, "In my opinion, within this current election campaign, churches have a duty, not just a right, to speak about issues that are moral issues."

The video "Climate Change and Religion in Australia" can be viewed on the Youtube channel of Greenpeace Australia 

View the YouTube video here.