Course Memo

This course explores the reality of climate change as well as what it means for people in terms of understanding humans' connection to nature, thinking about possible responses among individuals and governments, imagining the future, and accessing the wisdom of religious traditions with respect to re-conceptualizing spirituality and ministry. Drawing upon sociology, environmental science, political theory and so forth, this course is interdisciplinary and is targeted to students from all programs with an interest in this critical topic. It also includes "upgrade" options for students needing to take it at the 4000 level. [30 max enrollment]