Climate change is a test for humanity that we may not pass, says Claremont philosopher

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Philip Clayton says a spiritual worldview -- which links humanity intrinsically to nature -- is needed before we can ever hope to create sustainable societies. Clayton says the lack of such a worldview explains why we know so much about the dangers of climate change, but are seemingly unable to do anything about it. Clayton teaches at the Claremont School of Theology in California and specializes in the link between science, philosophy and religion.

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