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The recent popes have articulated a vision of what they have called a human ecology. It is a great term which should be adopted by all Christians who seek to enter into the public discourse on this vital topic. I suggest that Catholics, who truly want to inform their own thinking on this often controversial topic of climate change, spend some time prayerfully reading and reflecting on the insights of their own Church before embracing the increasingly loaded language of the climate change debate.
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