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A Cross of Green?

Several weeks (or maybe it was months) ago, Joe Knippenberg posted several interesting items about the nascent evangelical-environmental dialogue. I was intrigued, and have written my own commentary on the matter for AEI’s Environmental Policy Outlook series, which you can find here.

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I would really like to see something about controversies in the timber industry - clear-cutting or spotted owls or something like that - written by an F. K. Weyerhaeuser Fellow. Do you have anything like that?

I remember seeing a figure that it cost several million dollars in lost wages for every spotted owl saved, but I can’t remember who penned it. But, what has that got to do with this topic, dude?

The F.K. Weyerhaeuser Fellow title is merely a coincidence; the chair was endowed by a member of the family--not the corporation--way back in the early 1970s. I am something like the eighth person to have the chair, and the first to do anything related to environmental work. My knowledge of timber issues is limited; the Clean Air Act is where I get my jollies.

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