"What is really happening is that American evangelicals are becoming, well, green, if you will," Cizik said...
"This is going to be an issue which evangelicals are going to look at when they cast their ballots," Cizik said.
"I think it should be on par with all the other issues," like abortion and same-sex marriage, he said. "When you think about it ... hundreds of millions of people around the globe are already being impacted by climate change."In a poll last month by Ellison Research, 70 percent of self-described evangelicals said they believed global warming would have an impact on future generations, and 64 percent said action should begin immediately.
More than half — 54 percent — said they would be more likely to support candidates who worked to curb global warming.