Environmental Ethics | Hartford Seminary

Environmental Ethics (ET-631)

People of faith have a moral obligation to bring their religious and spiritual resources to bear on the unprecedented challenges we face regarding the climate crisis and other ecological threats to the well-being of our communities and planet.  This course will equip students to utilize faith-based approaches to address 1) the issue of climate change, and 2) a local environmental issue in their community.  In this course, we will explore ethical, theological, and scriptural perspectives to help us understand the roots of these crises, suggest next steps for moving forward, and communicate what we have learned with our houses of worship and/or faith communities.

If you are not enrolled in a degree program but wish to register for this course, use the Online Registration for Special Students and Auditors.

Instructor(s)

Leah Schade

Semester

Spring 2020

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