Pro-Environmental Beliefs Are Less Likely To Lead To Action Among Those Who Believe In A Controlling God

We all know that it’s vital that we take action to reduce the harm we do to the environment. So understanding the barriers to such action is critical, too. A new paper, published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, identifies a potentially important one: when people believe that it’s important to protect the environment, they’re less likely to act on those beliefs if they’re more religious. ….[READ]