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May 17, 2017: Acts of God: why secular climate projects fail in the Pacific [message #2072] Thu, 18 May 2017 19:15
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Earlier this year, I attended Sunday church in a village in Fiji where I was conducting research. The village had escaped the fury of Severe Tropical Cyclone Winston the year before, despite being only 50km from the storm's centre. The preacher told his congregation that it was their relationship with God that had saved them because they were pious they had been spared the cyclone's wrath.

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In April 2009, the Pacific Conference of Churches (PCC) issued the Moana Declaration that presciently accepted that climate change and sea-level rise would force people from vulnerable coastal locations to less vulnerable areas elsewhere.

After this, the PCC set up a climate change unit and drove initiatives to put climate change into sabbath sermons across this vast region.


So, their relationship with God saved them this time, but back in 2009, the Christmas Tsunami (which was on a Sunday), although they were attending church, even the pastors, died in it. All of them. How convenient. And illogical.

http://www.climatechangenews.com/2017/05/17/acts-god-secular -climate-projects-fail-pacific/


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