As with the close of many things, the end of a year is a time of introspection for many. Some have already started their list of resolutions for the new year. Others may find a watch night vigil or a covenant service to attend. And some may not bother with either and ring in the new year at a local party. Or, maybe you'll do all these things.
Climate change has repercussions for many of the issues we face today, from the well being of our children, to global poverty, to economic growth. Caring for God's creation is one of the greatest humanitarian and moral challenges of our time, and too often we have interpreted God's invitation to subdue and take charge of creation (Genesis 1:28) as license to abuse it.