Activity: Conferences and workshops › Participation in workshop, seminar or course
Panel II includes scholars whose work addresses religious, spiritual and theological engagements with the climate crisis, broadly conceived. We ask how communities of faith articulate and interpret knowledge and experience of the climate crisis. How does religious expression get taken up or altered in responses to climate change, and what are the implications of these responses? What are the ethical responsibilities of the researcher in working with communities experiencing the climate crisis? This discussion will include but is not limited to: work with communities impacted by the climate crisis; projects addressing skepticism or denialism; questions of stewardship, dominion or care; notions of innocence; human/non-human relationships; and questions of climate justice as they relate to race, (post)colonialism, and indigeneity.