Report: Religions seen slow to go green; Enviros encouraged by Pope’s name choice

Reuters reports:

Pope Francis’s stress on environmental protection since he was elected in March and his choice of the name of a 13th century nature lover – Saint Francis of Assisi – may make a difference for all religions trying to work out how to safeguard the planet from threats including climate change.

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2 thoughts on “Report: Religions seen slow to go green; Enviros encouraged by Pope’s name choice”

  1. Saint Francis was a peaceful man. Let’s hope current pope can emulate the attitude of the religion’s founder towards human relationships, nevermind nature, and encourage others to do also. The world might be a better place. Then the environment may have a real chance.

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