LETTER TO THE HOLLAND SENTINEL: Holland — On Nov. 1, the Holland Bread for the World team, West Michigan Creation Care, Hope United for Justice and Hope College Campus Ministries held a forum entitled “Climate Change and Hunger: A Call to Action.” Panelist Don Triezenberg presented firm proof of the reality of global warming. Panelist Sara Leeland helped us understand how climate change leads to water shortages. And panelist Steve Bouma-Prediger spoke about our responsibility to care for the earth and its people, emphasizing the pervasiveness of poverty and hunger in our world.
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