In our interview this week, we speak again to journalist and social commentator David Quinn, this time about the crisis of climate change. In an article in the Irish Catholic earlier this year, David floated the idea of an environmental temperance movement for all people of faith and none, akin to the alcohol temperance movement that began many decades ago. This movement would be to encourage people to take responsibility for reducing their carbon footprint and to reduce excess consumption of the earth's resources. But how might such an idea work?
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