Class 10: Climate and Energy (Part II)

Mitchell Hescox on Climate Change and Energy

Instructor: Reverend Mitchell C. Hescox, President/CEO, Evangelical Environmental Network

Readings:

Berman, Saul. “Jewish Environmental Values: The Dynamic Tension Between Nature and Human Needs.” Human Values and the Environment: Conference Proceedings. Human Values and the Environment, Wisconsin Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison. Madison: Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, 1992. Jewishvirtuallibrary.org. Jewish Virtual Library. Web.

Kull, Steven, John Steinbruner, Nancy Gallagher, Clay Ramsay, Evan Lewis, Jonas Siegel, Kevin Jones, and Stefan Subias. Faith and Global Policy Challenges: How Spiritual Values Shape Views on Poverty, Nuclear Risks, and Environmental Degradation. Rep. The Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland, The Program on International Policy Attitudes and Knowledge Networks, Dec. 2011. Web.

Loeb, Paul R. “Jesus and Climate Change: The Journey of Evangelical Leader Rich Cizik.” Web blog post. grist.org. Grist, 27 Apr. 2007. Web.

McKibben, Bill. “Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math: Three Simple Numbers That Add up to Global Catastrophe - and That Make Clear Who the Real Enemy Is.” Rolling Stone 2 Aug. 2012. Rollingstone.com. Rolling Stone, 19 July 2012. Web.

“On the Care of Creation.” creationcare.org. Evangelical Environmental Network, n.d. Web.

Tetlow, Jospeh A., SJ. “An Ecological Spirituality.” usccb.org. United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, n.d. Web.

Tucker, Mary E., and John Grim. “Daring to Dream: Religion and the Future of the Earth.” Reflections Spring 2007: 4-9. Yale.edu. Yale University, 22 June 2007. Web.

White, Lynn, Jr. “The Historical Roots of Our Ecological Crisis.” Ecology and Religion in History. New York: Harper and Row, 1974. 1-6. Uvm.edu. University of Vermont, 5 June 2003. Web.

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