I don't think so... the preachers my mother listens to promote the idea that the earth was given to humans to use, so there's no reason to act with restraint or attention to natural resources. The implication is that when the earth is used up, either god will provide another one or they'll all go to heaven and won't need it.
My brother - another evangelical Christian - is a climate-change denier (he agrees that we're seeing changes, just denies they're man-made, calling them a "natural cycle"), a position that is also promoted by his church and its preachers. They believe that god won't let anything bad happen to the earth.
I know there are religions that emphasize stewardship, but the ones I'm most often in contact with don't really do much in that way.