Climate Change and the Significance of Religion

Mike Hulme, professor of climate and culture, Department of Geography, King’s College London writes;

 

There is a growing sense that religion has a part to play in shaping our responses to climate change. Merely understanding climate science, or dealing with it through the frame of technology is clearly insufficient. Religious engagement with climate change is both necessary and inevitable. But there is much to discover about how religious beliefs, institutions and practices around the world engage with the idea of climate change, and to what effect, thereby offering rich research agendas with which religious scholars and others might profitably engage.

Read the full article in Economic & Political Weekly

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