Religious Beliefs And Attitudes Toward The Environment
This study discovered answers to their questions through the data they collected. First, they found that individuals who identified as religious were less likely to believe in the seriousness of environmental issues. This indicator was shown to also have an effect on responses to the other parts of their questions. The researchers also found that although activism within environmental issues was practiced among many church-going people, political activism was almost nonexistent among more traditional religious people. The findings can appear contradictory at times, but most of the data showed that traditional religious practices had a negative impact on beliefs about environmental responsibility.
Morrison, Duncan, and Parton (2015) researched the role of religious beliefs on environmental attitudes as well. They studied individuals in four major faith traditions, and asked about their conceptions about global warming,