This document has four sections. Part I provides context on how the demographics of people of faith compare to the general public. Part II examines how religious and non-religious Americans respond to a variety of climate-related survey questions, including whether climate change is happening and whether humans can make a difference in stopping it. Part III explores how religious and non-religious Americans think and feel about climate and energy solutions. The final section, Part IV, offers ideas for how the findings from this survey can be translated into action.