By John Gruber
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Elizabeth Kolbert, writing for The New Yorker on Pope Francis’s new encyclical on climate change and the environment:
Whether the Pope’s message will have any influence — on the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics, on the delegations currently trying to devise an international climate agreement, or on anyone else — remains to be seen. Up to now, the sowers of discord have done a good job blocking action on climate change, and, if the leak of the encyclical is any guide, they are still hard at work. Meanwhile, as @Pontifex tweeted to his 6.3 million followers Thursday, “The earth, our home, is beginning to look more and more like an immense pile of filth.”
I enjoyed Kontra’s observation:
We’re living in a country where the Pope likely couldn’t be head of several Congressional committees because he’s not unscientific enough.
★ Friday, 19 June 2015