I look at it this way – God created creation (the environment) first, then he placed man in the Garden of Eden to tend & keep it. Why, bec we need healthy air to breathe, water to drink, food to eat, etc. Also God saw that it was good.
When we destroy it, we harm life, including human life.
But God made it clear in the 10 Commandments that we shall not kill.
It’s all pretty basic within Christianity & many other mainstream religions.
BTW, scientists & environmentalists don’t think Gaia is angry & is causing CC, & worshiping her will make it stop.
However, I do think anti-environmentalists may be relying on God to provide manna once we’ve destroyed our food productivity. If so, that might border on a sin of presumption. Even Jesus refused to turn the stone into bread.