Journalist Says Religious Groups Could Fight Global Warming As They Did Slavery
A movement to solve what business writer Marc Gunther calls the "Most difficult problem the world has ever had to solve" is not likely to come from government or business, Gunther said today at the University of Notre Dame. It will require institutions that think on a longer time scale. Eternity. The issue to which Gunther referred is global climate change. In his talk for the Mendoza College of Business 2011 Ten Years Hence Speaker Series, he said religious institutions could drive a movement to address the environmental threat the same way religiously inspired abolitionists led the movement to outlaw slavery.