What do Christians believe about global warming? Meet Morgan, a young conservative Christian woman from Texas. She believes wholeheartedly that God created the earth and also that people are called to care for and maintain God’s creation. She is concerned about climate change.
Morgan is participating in a solar car race at the Texas Motor Speedway. While she’s still in high school, she’s interested in learning more about clean energy, which she sees as the future.
Morgan volunteers with her local chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) which allows people of all ages to engage meaningfully on climate change. With CCL, Emily works to build support with her members of Congress for a climate solution called the Energy Innovation Act that has bipartisan support inCongress.
Morgan mentions it’s hard for people to change their opinions. The best thing to do with climate change is to talk about it, as it makes it easier for people to accept that it’s happening. She mentions that high school students all over the country are talking about climate change, and encourages others to get involved, even if they lack experience or are nervous. ‘Sometimes,’ Morgan says, ‘You’re needed.’
Learn more about Citizens’ Climate Lobby: citizensclimatelobby.org
Learn more about the Energy Innovation Act: energyinnovationact.org