Latest posts by H. Sterling Burnett (see all)
- Don’t Buy The Carbon Dioxide Tax Myth – It Just Means More Government Control - February 14, 2019
- Fossil Fuels Have, and Should Continue to Benefit Humanity - January 28, 2019
- In China, Coal, Not Solar or Wind, is the New (Old) Power Source of Choice - January 28, 2019
The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation has long been a voice of sanity, sound science, sound economics and humanitarian concern for the poor, amongst myriad supposedly evangelical Christian groups who, like lemmings, have joined the climate alarmist march to socialism and the energy and human poverty it breeds.
Cornwall’s leadership within the Christian community on climate and other environmental issues has been unparalleled, from its 2000, “Cornwall Declaration on Environmental Issues,” to is 2006 “A Call to Truth, Prudence, and Protection of the Poor: An Evangelical Response to Global Warming,” to its 2015 “Open Letter to Pope Francis on Climate Change.” Cornwall has consistently reached across the partisan political divide, and even reached beyond the bounds of the Christian community to people of other faiths, to stress humanity’s special place in the universe as designated by God, their responsibility for managing nature, and the need for markets and modern energy systems using fossil fuels, to bring millions out of poverty while sparing the environment the ravages wrought by people living hand to mouth unconcerned about the long-term future of the environment in which they live because they are driven by the exigencies of day to day survival.
Cornwall has now launched a new powerful tool in their battle against misguided climate alarmism: Greener on the Other Side:… A series of videos examining the scientific, economic and humanitarian implications of government’s embrace of climate alarmism.
These short videos (all less than 3 minutes in length) range from discussions of whether religious and scientific worldviews are incompatible, to a clearer understanding of the importance of carbon dioxide and its role in climate, to a discussion of how current and proposed climate policies hurt the poor. There are usually two or three videos on each topic so the one’s linked above are just a taste of the topics explored.
This powerful series of video’s, which I recommend, will be rolled into a forthcoming documentary. More on the latter to come.