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Science, faith and the climate crisis

Author: Sally Myers; Sarah Hemstock; Edward Hanna
Publisher: Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2020.
Series: Emerald points.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
Inspired by a 2019 conference, Moana Water of Life, and including real-life insights from a diverse range of participants, this book showcases the potential fruits of open dialogue between stakeholders to navigate the critical challenges to planetary health caused by the climate crisis.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Myers, Sally.
Science, Faith and the Climate Crisis.
Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, ©2020
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sally Myers; Sarah Hemstock; Edward Hanna
ISBN: 9781839829840 1839829842 9781839829864 1839829869
OCLC Number: 1158216727
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover --
Praise for Science, Faith and the Climate Crisis --
Copyright --
1. Christianity, Kiribati and Climate Change-induced Migration --
Introduction --
Background --
Study Design --
Emerging Themes --
Theme 1 --
A Strong Connection to and 'Faith in God' as the Source of Refuge --
Theme 2 --
'As Long as My Inner Nature Is Saved and in Tune with God's Will' Theme 3 --
Anthropogenic Climate Change: An Apocalyptic Sign of the End times and an Appointed Time for All to 'Return to God' --
Conclusions --
References --
2. Moana: 'Oku mafeia he 'Otua 'a e me'a kotoa pe (Moana: Nothing Is Impossible with God (Luke 18:27)): Reflections of a To ... --
Introduction --
Methods --
Results and Discussions --
Linkages between Climate Change Impacts and Moana --
Linkages between Moana, God and Climate Change Adaptation --
'Moana: Nothing Is Impossible with God' Framework to Guide the Implementation of SDGs and Resilience Moana by 2030 and beyond Achieving Resilience Moana --
Conclusion --
References --
3. The Rivers of Humankind --
Introduction --
The Rivers of Civilisations --
Land Management: Building the Earth --
What We Have Done to Rivers: Where and When --
Rivers of Humankind and the First Industrial Nation --
Conclusions --
References --
4. Earth, Air, Fire and Ice: Exploring Links between Human-induced Global Warming, Polar Ice Melt and Local Scale Extreme W ... --
References --
5. Climate Change and the Role of Education --
Introduction --
Agenda 21 --
Sustainable Development Goals --
Sendai Framework Pacific Case Study --
So How Does This Work on the Ground? --
References --
6. Towards Citizen Governance for Climate Change Education and Justice: A Science-Policy Perspective --
Section 1: The Social and Political Conditions for More Equitable and Just Citizen Climate Governance and Action --
Section 2: The Role of Collaborative Education Approaches through Education for Sustainable Development --
Conclusion --
References --
7. Ocean of Love --
Science, Policy, and Spirituality of the World Water Crisis --
The Water Crisis Is a Spiritual Crisis The Anthropocene: Science Expresses the Theological Insight of Our Becoming Our Own Gods --
Anthropocene Outcomes --
Plastic Island, Pervasiveness of Plastic Wastes --
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch --
Species Loss and Endangerment --
Alaska Tribal Groups and Salmon --
Welsh Traditional River Fishing --
Rising Ocean Levels --
Climate Refugees --
Fresh Water Scarcity --
Faith Meets the Anthropocene: Interconnection of Life --
The Role of Faith Bodies in Addressing the Water Crisis --
Theology in Action: The Policies of the Episcopal Church in Response to the Environmental Crisis --
Ocean of Love
Series Title: Emerald points.
Responsibility: edited by Sally Myers, Sarah Hemstock, Edward Hanna.


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