Hope and Climate Change

Hope in a time of Climate Change
Climate change is arguably the most important challenge facing the world; addressing it will require the cooperation of diverse stakeholders. In this course we will ask how Christian theological and ecological viewpoints contribute to our understandings of climate change: how we got here, what it means to live in a time of climate change, and the basis of hope for the future. We will also explore how partnerships between science and religion can contribute to efforts to address climate change. Readings in the course will include works of Christian theology, history of science, and selections from the primary scientific literature. (not open to students who have taken ENVS 1040) 3 hrs sem.
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ENVS 0335

All Sections in Spring 2020

Spring 2020

ENVS0335A-S20 Seminar (Nagy-Benson, Lloyd)