If there was an evangelical movement to deal with the reality of climate change, this could be its manifesto. Its author, Dorothy Sayers, was friends with C.S. Lewis, Tolkien, and Charles Williams.
“When the laws regulating human society are so formed as to come into collision with the [laws of nature]…they will end by producing an impossible situation which, unless the laws are altered, will issue in such catastrophes as war, pestilence and famine. Catastrophes thus caused are the execution of the universal law upon arbitrary enactments which contravene the facts; they are thus properly called by theologians, judgments of God.
“…Defy the commandments of the natural law, and the race will perish in a few generations; co-operate with them, and the race will flourish for ages to come. That is the fact; whether we like it or not, the universe is made that way. This commandment is interesting because it specifically puts forward the moral LAW as the basis of the moral CODE: because God has made the world like this and will not alter it, therefore you must not worship your own fantasies, but pay allegiance to the truth.”
– Dorothy Sayers, “The Mind of the Maker”