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The syllabus for a foundational course covering historical origins of the sustainability discourse, perspectives on it, and practical applications in a number of fields. Lecture notes and several exercises are also available on this website. -- Steve WheelerRead more
This article is an invited contribution to a round-table hosted by the Journal of the Academy of Religion on climate destabilization and what we may learn from the world's great religions. In this article, after an introductory theoretical exploration of the issue of climate change and scholarship on religion, the paper takes up the insights that Hinduism may have to...Read more
This video is part of an online course being taught at the University of California, "ICS 5: Global Disruption and Information Technology". Only a portion of the course material is accessible via YouTube. Course Description: The world is changing rapidly. Environmental concerns, social transformations, and economic uncertainties are pervasive. However, certain human needs remain relatively constant—things like nutritious food, clean...Read more