WBUR: Chopping down trees for solar panels? The choice isn't clear-cut for Stoughton church

For the congregation of Trinity Church in Stoughton, following in Jesus' footsteps means calculating their sanctuary's carbon footprint.

The church is one of a growing number of houses of worship trying to do God's work on Earth and confront the global climate change crisis. Trinity's congregation is struggling with a difficult choice: whether to cut down a small forest behind their church in order to install a carbon-saving solar energy farm.

After much soul searching — and scientific analysis — the Stoughton faithful found that there are no easy answers.

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