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a conference with religious imagination exploring environmental justice and climate change

 

LINKS

 

African American Studies Department

Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics

Forum on Religion and Ecology

Religious Studies Department

Saint Thomas More Center

School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

Yale Center for Transnational Cultural Analysis

Yale Divinity School

 

THINK TANK SESSIONS ADVANCED READING AND ASSIGNMENTS

GENERAL REFERENCE FOR THE CONFERENCE

    Angela Park, Everybody's Movement: Environmental Justice and Climate Change

     Enviromental Refugees and Global Warming (Science Daily)

Desmond D'Sa  STRATEGIES FOR LOCAL AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

     Case Study for the Session (please print and bring with you)

     Background reading, "The World Bank and Eskom: Banking on Climate Destruction

Felício Pontes  AMAZON--THE CLASH BETWEEN TWO PATTERNS

Participants are encouraged to attend the viewing of  The Killed Sister Dorothy on Friday, April 9 at 8:30pm.  We will assume that you be aware of the larger issues around environmental justice and climate change in the Amazon region that are discussed in the film.

 

Last updated March 23, 2010