Ep. 79 – Faith & Climate Change

Marci Corea hosts a conversation with Cailyn Raper about climate change, focusing on COP26.

Cailyn Raper is a senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill pursuing degrees in environmental studies and political science. She has a passion for climate justice and environmental sustainability as an extension of her Christian faith. She loves to hike, read, and drink good tea.

SHOW NOTES

COP 26: https://ukcop26.org

Doxecology: https://www.resoundworship.org/projects/doxecology

Blog post: “A Student Experiences COP 26” (APF Blog, 21 Nov. 2021)

CONCLUSION

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