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Source:  NBC News

Climate science and Christian fundamentalism might not seem to go together with a recent poll showing that only 28% of white evangelicals believe Earth is warming because of human activity. But Katherine Hayhoe says it’s never been a problem for her.

An evangelical Christian and director of Texas Tech University’s Climate Science Center in Lubbock, Hayhoe calls science and religion “two sides of the same coin.”

She’s made it her mission to advocate for climate action without alienating people who might be unreceptive to scientific explanations for climate change because of their beliefs.

Hayhoe came to prominence in 2016 when she hosted a televised discussion about climate change with President Obama and actor/climate activist Leonardo DiCaprio.

More recently, she was profiled in “Let Science Speak,” a new six-part documentary series that can be viewed on YouTube and on the project’s website.

Read the story at NBC News.

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