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Letter: Quakers and climate

On April 27 in The Aspen Times, Paul Andersen wrote the best column on climate change that I have ever read (“Climate change is a moral failure.”) He ties in Quaker values that make the doubter of climate change a “moral failure.” I am from Philadelphia, where Quaker teachings are in the culture of Pennsylvania and New Jersey schools and societies.

The Quakers have always been a shining light on moral issues. Their concerns about climate changes as a “moral” question deserves everyone’s thoughts as to our future generations.

Richard C. Goodwin

Snowmass Village


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