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New York Times Features Climate Depot: ‘The pope should be arguing that fossil fuels are the moral choice’ – Morano

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http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/14/world/europe/pope-to-explore-climates-effect-on-worlds-poor.html?_r=0

This stance has  rankled some conservative Catholics , as well as climate change skeptics, who have suggested that Francis is being misled by scientists and that he could veer into contentious subjects like population control. Others have argued that papal infallibility does not apply to matters of science. In April, a group of self-described climate skeptics, led by the Heartland Institute, a libertarian group, came to Rome to protest.

 

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