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April 23, 2014

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The Cornwall Alliance is a coalition of clergy, theologians, religious leaders, scientists, academics, and policy experts committed to bringing a balanced Biblical view of stewardship to the critical issues of environment and development. The Cornwall Alliance fully supports the principles espoused in the Cornwall Declaration on Environmental Stewardship, and is seeking to promote those principles in the discussion of various public policy issues including population and poverty, food, energy, water, endangered species, habitat, and other related topics.
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Leading Evangelicals Object to EPA Restrictions on Power Plant CO2 Emissions

Cornwall Alliance Counters Effort to Portray CO2 Emissions Regulations as “Pro-Life”



(June 26, 2012, Washington, D.C.)—More than 100 leading evangelical scientists, economists, theologians, and pastors endorsed a formal comment sent Monday by The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) opposing its intent to put...

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Pro-Life Leaders Call for End to Misleading Environmentalist Campaign

Prominent pro-life leaders Wednesday condemned a campaign portraying controversial environmental regulations dealing with mercury as pro-life.

(February 8, Washington, DC)—More than 30 of the nation's most prominent pro-life leaders have come together as one voice and issued an official statement against an environmental campaign spearheaded by the Evangelical Environmental Network...   CA

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THE EPA DELIVERS “UNWANTED PRESENT” FOR CHRISTMAS
The Cornwall Alliance Warns Christians EPA Regulations Do Not Carry a Pro-Life Banner

(December 22, Washington, DC)—“Yesterday the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) gave Americans a lump of coal in their Christmas stockings,” said Dr. E. Calvin Beisner, National Spokesman of The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation. “The unwanted present? A likely 11.5 percent hike in electricity rates, costing the average household more than $160 extra next year.”
The gift came in the form of EPA’s newly announced Utility MACT (Maximum Achievable Control Technology) rule setting new restrictions on mercury emissions from power plants. EPA estimated the new rule would cost the economy $9.6 billion per year.   CA

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Focus on the Family Citizen Magazine Reports Fruitful Use of Resisting the Green Dragon in Churches

“Many Christian leaders currently using the [Cornwall Alliance’s Resisting the Green Dragon] DVD series in their churches … say that it is helping to counter the trends [toward radical environmentalism], especially among young people,” wrote Barbara Pogue in a 2-page feature article about Resisting the Green Dragon in Citizen Magazine’s May 2011 issue.   CA

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Cornwall Alliance releases An Evangelical Declaration on Global Warming

The Cornwall Alliance is proud to announce the release of An Evangelical Declaration on Global Warming, for which it is gathering endorsements from evangelical scholars, scientists, economists, pastors and other ministry leaders.

“The Evangelical Declaration on Global Warming rests on the solid findings of the Renewed Call to Truth, so evangelicals can be confident that it represents outstanding theology, science, and economics.”   CA

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