Green is not a religion

James S Murray
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It is climate sceptics' most cunning ploy, but environmentalists must fight attempts to equate religion with green progress

Of all the blithering nonsense climate deniers throw at the environmental movement, there is perhaps one criticism that does real damage - that "green is the new religion". We can handle the scientifically...

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